Will those shown to be corrupt by the ICAC ever go on trial?

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Associate Professor John Anderson discusses with ABC News the prospect of corrupt politicians facing jail time

With a seemingly endless parade of Newcastle politicians, developers and even the city's mayor being called before the Independent Commission Against Corruption, voters are entitled to wonder whether those revealed to be corrupt will ever be criminally prosecuted.

Newcastle Law School academic Associate Professor John Anderson discusses this topic with 1233 ABC Newcastle's Paul Turton.

Read the full article here.

Learn more about Associate Professor Anderson at his Researcher Profile.

  • Associate Professor John Anderson
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