Alternately there are other ways than incarceration which therefore would

Alternately there are other ways than incarceration

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Alternately there are other ways than incarceration which therefore would reduce incarceration rates in Australia. 5
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INCARCERATION IN AUSTRALIA - languishing-on-remand-due-to-backlog-20160928-grqe79.html Parliament of Australia. (2013). Chapter 2- The drivers behind the growth in the Australian imprisonment. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved from: utional_affairs/completed_inquiries/2010-13/justicereinvestment/report/c02 Quilter, J. (2014). 'One-punch laws, mandatory minimums and 'alcohol-fuelled' as an aggravating factor: implications for NSW criminal law. International Journal for
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