Business, Law and Politics
Young crime is often a phase, and locking kids up is counterproductive
Rising tensions have led to an Australia-wide spotlight on youth detention, but with offenders often having experienced childhood trauma, could better interventions be explored?
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What is extradition and how does it work?
Many are watching closely after former Melbourne principal Malka Leifer, who is facing 74 charges of child sexual assault, was extradited from Israel after a battle of more than six years.
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Who owns the rights to your tattoo?
Think it's you? Think again. If you're getting inked, make time to read the legal ink.