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Author: Henning, T (Associate Professor Terese Henning)

Number of items: 111

Journal Article
Henning, T, Ameliorating vulnerability arising from involvement with criminal courts, Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2, (3) pp. 185-195. ISSN 2056-3841 (2016) [Refereed Article] 
Gogarty, B and Williams, G and Tate, M and Sealy, L and Clark, D and Henning, T and Hilkemeijer, A and Stokes, M and Herr, R and Patmore, P and Verney, M and Bartl, B and Gates, S, Consensus statement on the Reform of the Tasmanian Constitution, University of Tasmania Law Review, 35, (1) pp. 1-6. ISSN 0082-2108 (2016) [Refereed Article]
Bowden, P and Henning, T and Plater, DJ, Balancing fairness to victims, society and defendants in the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses: an impossible triangulation?, Melbourne University Law Review, 37, (3) pp. 539-584. ISSN 0025-8938 (2014) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Obtaining the best evidence from children and witnesses with cognitive impairments - 'plus ca change' or prospects new?, Criminal Law Journal, 37, (3) pp. 155-174. ISSN 0314-1160 (2013) [Refereed Article] 
Griggs, L and Henning, T and Prichard, J, Does the despoiler of water have a proprietary right in the Commingled Product? implications for Property Law and Criminal Procedure, Monash University Law Review, 38, (3) pp. 35-54. ISSN 0311-3140 (2012) [Refereed Article]
Cashman, K and Henning, T, Lawyers and DNA: Issues in understanding and challenging the evidence, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 24, (1) pp. 69-83. ISSN 1034-5329 (2012) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Control of cross-examination - A snowflake's chance in hell?, Criminal Law Journal, 30, (3) pp. 133-137. ISSN 0314-1160 (2006) [Letter or Note in Journal]
Henning, T, One Little Smack - Will you be in the Slammer?, Criminal Law Journal, 27, (6) pp. 293-302. ISSN 0314-1160 (2003) [Letter or Note in Journal]
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, The Rules of Evidence and the right to procedural fairness in proceedings of four Tasmanian quasi-judicial tribunals, Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 10, (2) pp. 84-106. ISSN 1320-7105 (2003) [Refereed Article]
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, Tribunals' power to control their own procedures and the requirements of procedural fairness, Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 11, (1) pp. 5-33. ISSN 1320-7105 (2003) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Beyond 'Beyond ReasonableDoubt': Wrong Decisions in Sexual Offences Trials, Australian Journal of Law and Society, 15 pp. 1-41. ISSN 0729-3356 (2001) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Rape (Pafitis), Criminal Law Journal, 25, (3) pp. 162-169. ISSN 0314-1160 (2001) [Contribution to Refereed Journal] 
Henning, T, Consent and mistaken belief in consent in Tasmanian sexual offences trials, University of Tasmania Law School Ocassional Paper Series, 6, (6) pp. 1-152. ISSN 1038-1627 (2000) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Judicial Summation: The Trial Judge's Version of the Facts or the Chimera of Neutrality, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 12, (2) pp. 169-210. ISSN 0952-8059 (1999) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T and Freckelton, I, Speculation uncorroborated opinions and forensic expertise in child sex prosecutions, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 6, (1) pp. 105-116. ISSN 1321-8719 (1999) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Duniam, Criminal Law Journal, 22, (3) pp. 175-180. ISSN 0314-1160 (1998) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T and Freckelton, I, Lies, Personality Disorders and Expert Evidence: New Developments in the Law, Psychiarty, Psychology and Law, 5, (2) pp. 271-283. ISSN 1321-8719 (1998) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Consent in Sexual Offences Cases: the continuing construction, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal , (3) pp. 4-14. ISSN 1327-5550 (1997) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Hidden Factors in the Assessment of Offenders for Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 8, (3) pp. 287-316. ISSN 1034-5329 (1997) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, (3) pp. 52-54. ISSN 1327-5550 (1997) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T, Attorney General's Reference No 2 of 1993; Re Mansell, Criminal Law Journal, 19, (2) pp. 100-105. ISSN 0314-1160 (1995) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T, Psychological Explanations in Sentencing Women in Tasmania, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 28, (3) pp. 298-322. ISSN 0004-8658 (1995) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous thing or When is an Arrest Not an Arrest, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 6, (1) pp. 90-106. ISSN 1034-5329 (1994) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T and Snell, R, The APPM Strike: An Exercise in Police Discretion; A Poor Example of Judicial Oversight, The Bond Law Review ISSN 1033-4505 (1993) [Refereed Article] 
Book
Hunter, J and Henning, T and Edmond, G and McMahon, R and Metzger, J and San Roque, M, The Trial: Principles, Process and Evidence, The Federation Press, Australia, pp. 696. ISBN 9781760020262 (2015) [Authored Research Book] 
Gans, J and Henning, T and Hunter, J and Warner, K, Criminal Process and Human Rights, The Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 518. ISBN 978-186287-838-9 (2011) [Authored Research Book] 
Hunter, J and Cameron, C and Henning, T, Litigation I: Evidence and Criminal Process, Butterworths / Lexis Nexis, Sydney, pp. 1603. ISBN 0409322687 (2005) [Revision/New Edition] 
Hunter, J and Cameron, C and Henning, T, Litigation II: Civil Procedure, Butterworths / Lexis Nexis, Sydney, pp. 393. ISBN 0409322695 (2005) [Revision/New Edition] 
Warner, K and Henning, T and Davis, J and Porter, D, Sentencing in Tasmania, The Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 476. ISBN 1862873488 (2002) [Revision/New Edition] 
Henning, T, Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offences, University of Tasmania Law School, Hobart, pp. 80. ISBN 1038-1627 (1996) [Authored Research Book] 
Chapter in Book
Henning, T and Hunter, J, Finessing the Fair Trial for Complainants and the Accused: Mansions of Justice or Castles in the Air?, Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions, Hart Publishing Ltd, P Roberts and J Hunter (ed), Oxford and Portland, Oregon, pp. 347-368. ISBN 978-1-84946-172-6 (2012) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Vulnerable Suspects and Arrest and Investigative Processes, Policing Vulnerability, The Federation Press, I Bartkowiak-Theron and NL Asquith (ed), Leichhardt, NSW, pp. 214-230. ISBN 978-186287-897-6 (2012) [Research Book Chapter] 
Warner, K and Henning, T, The Criminal Process and Sentencing, Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, Lawbook Co, Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, Kathleen Daly (ed), Sydney, pp. 305-328. ISBN 0 455 22256 8 (2006) [Revised Book Chapter] 
Henning, T and Warner, K, The Criminal Process and Sentencing, Crime and Justice, An Australian Textbook in Criminology, Lawbook Co, Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, Kathleen Daly (ed), Sydney, pp. 263-283. ISBN 0455218315 (2003) [Other Book Chapter] 
Henning, T and Bronitt, S, Rape victims on trial: Regulating the use and abuse of sexual history evidence, Balancing the Scales: Rape, Law Reform & Australian Culture, Federation Press, Easteal, P (ed), Sydney, pp. 76-93. ISBN 1-86287-304-6 (1998) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Conviction or Non-conviction, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan, J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 9-19. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Intermediate Sentences of Supervised Release, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan, J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 49-95. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Suspended Sentences of Imprisonment, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 97-110. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Unconditional Release, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 21-26. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Unsupervised Conditional Release, Laws of Australia, Law book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 27-48. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Review
Henning, T, Mark Findlay, Stephen Odgers and Stanley Yeo, Australian Criminal Justice 1999, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 11, (1) pp. 93. (1999) [Review Single Work] 
Henning, T, Feminism and Criminology, Criminal Law Journal, 22, (3) pp. 181-183. (1998) [Review Single Work] 
Henning, T, The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, 3 pp. 52-54. (1997) [Review Single Work] 
Conference Publication
Henning, T and Mawad, R, Intermediaries in Australia: Best-Practice for Witnesses with Communication Needs, Australian Association of Crown Prosecutors Annual Conference 2017: Program, 5-7 July 2017, Hobart, Tasmania (2017) [Plenary Presentation]
Henning, T, Law Reform on the Smell of an Oily Rag': The Challenge of Managing Law Reform in Smaller Jurisdictions, Australasian Law Reform Agencies Conference, 2-4 March, Melbourne (2016) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Women in Leadership: Gender Equality and Reform - the Case of the Safe Home, Safe Families Agenda in Tasmania, DFAT Tasmania Office, 3rd June, Hobart (2016) [Keynote Presentation] 
Henning, T, Obtaining the best evidence from witnesses with complex communication needs, Justice Disability Plan Symposium, November, Adelaide (2015) [Keynote Presentation] 
Henning, T, Developing human rights thinking in teaching Australian criminal justice: implications for negotiating vulnerability, Vulnerable People, Criminal Justice and Policing: competing or irreconcilable views? Workshop, 30th October, Adelaide (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, Mainstreaming human rights literacy (and culture) in a wilderness?, Melbourne University Law School, 21st Feb, Melbourne (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Bartkowiak-Theron, I, Recidivist Drink Driving - A Specialist Court for Tasmania, ATDC Conference: Visions and Values - Setting the Scene for the Future, 7-8 May 2014, Hobart (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Existing unidentified measures for obtaining the best evidence from vulnerable complainants in criminal trials in uniform Evidence Act jurisdictions, 26th International Conference: International Responses to Social and Justice Challenges,, 15-18 August, Hobart (2013) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Special Measures for Child Witnesses and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments, Criminal Evidence and Procedure Workshop, 5-6 Feb, Melbourne University Law School (2013) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Cashman, K and Julian, R and Kelty, S and Henning, T, Lawyers and DNA: Understanding and challenging the evidence, 21st International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, 23-27 September 2012, Hotel Grand Chancellor, pp. 326. (2012) [Conference Extract] 
Henning, T, Obtaining the Best Evidence from Children and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments, Judicial Education Seminarof the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the Magistrates Court of Tasmania, 2 March, Hobart (2012) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, An Australian Fair Trial Challenge - Who Are the Losers in Confrontation Law Reform?', Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar 2010: Criminal Evidence & Human Rights, 10-11 September, University of Nottingham (2010) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, The Australian Criminal Justice Response to Drug Abuse - Prompting Change, 9-14 March, Oxford University (2008) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Charters of Human Rights: Lessons from the Tasmanian Experience, Charter of Human Rights Roundtable, 2nd June, Sydney (2007) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Unity of the Common Law: Implications for State and Territory Charters of Human Rights, Evidence Colloquium, June, University of New South Wales (2007) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, A Tasmanian Bill of Rights, Australian Bills of Rights, the ACT and Beyond, 21 June 2006, Canberra, pp. 4. (2006) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Blackwood, J, Tribunals' Power to Control Their Own Procedures and the Requirements of Procedural Fairness: Some Issues, Sixth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference, June, Sydney (2003) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Blackwood, JB, The Rules of Evidence and the Right to Procedural Fairness in Proceedings of Four Tasmanian Quasi-Judicial Tribunals, The International Institute of Forensic Studies, 2-5 July 2002, Italy, pp. 42. ISBN 0-9581578-0-4 (2002) [Refereed Conference Paper] 
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Quasi-Judicial Tribunals, Fourth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference, 8 June 2001, Sydney, pp. 1-15. (2001) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Defence tactics in cross-examining complainants in sexual offences cases, National Evidence Teachers Conference, February, Sydney (1999) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Sexual reputation and sexual experience evidence in proceedings relating to sexual offences, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 12th Annual Conference,, 8-11 July, Brisbane (1997) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Holt, JM and Henning, T, Jurors, Social Media and the Right of an Accused to a Fair Trial, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Report No 30 (2020) [Contract Report]
Feehely, J and Richards, D and Gogarty, B and Henning, T, Legal Recognition of Sex and Gender, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Hobart, Tasmania (2020) [Contract Report]
Richards, D and Henning, T and Stokes, M, Review of the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas), Tenant's Union of Tasmania, Community Legal Centres Tasmania and Law Society of Tasmania, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Report No. 29 (2020) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Holt, JM, jurors, social media and the right of an accused to a fair trial, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Australia (2019) [Contract Report]
Richards, D and Feehely, Jessica and Henning, T, Legal Recognition of Sex and Gender, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Issue Paper No. 29 (2019) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, R and Henning, T, Review of the Defence of Insanity in s 16 of the Criminal Code and Fitness to Plead, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Report No 27, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania (2019) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Hanslow, K, Should Tasmania Introduce Notional Estate Laws?, Tasmania State Government, Australia, 27 (2019) [Contract Report]
Hanslow, K and Richards, D and Histed, E and Mackie, K and Henning, T, Should Tasmania introduce notional estate' laws?, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Paper No. 28, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania (2019) [Contract Report]
Richards, D and Henning, T, Consensual Assault, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Report No. 25 (May), Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania (2018) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Mawad, R and Brown, K, Facilitating equal access to justice: An intermediary/ communication assistant scheme for Tasmania?, Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 23, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, January (2018) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, R and Henning, T, Responding to the problem of recidivist drink drivers, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Final Report No. 24 (April), Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department (2018) [Contract Report]
Hanslow, K and Henning, T, Review of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1995 (Tas), Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 23, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Hobart, Tasmania, No. 26 (2018) [Contract Report]
Stokes, M and Henning, T, Review of the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas), Issue Paper, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, No. 26, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania (2018) [Contract Report]
Ketelaar-Jones, Taya and Cockburn, H and Barns, G and Henning, T, A comparative review of national legislation for the indefinite detention of Dangerous Criminals', Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Research Paper No 4, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Departmen, Tasmania, July (2017) [Contract Report]
Cockburn, H and Henning, T, Consensual Assault, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Issues Paper No. 24 (June) (2017) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, R and Henning, T, Responding to the Problem of Recidivist Drink Drivers, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 23, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, May (2017) [Contract Report]
Hanslow, K and Henning, T, Review of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1995 (Tas), Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 25, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, December (2017) [Contract Report]
Jago, C and Warner, K and Henning, T, Bullying: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 22, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, January (2016) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Mawad, RJ, Facilitating Equal Access to Justice: An Intermediary/ Communication Assistant Scheme for Tasmania?', Issue Paper No 22, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, May (2016) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Bartkowiak-Theron, IMF, Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?, TILES Briefing Papers, Tasmania, 11 (2016) [Contract Report] 
Jago, C and Warner, K and Henning, T, Bullying: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 21, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, May (2015) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T and Prichard, J and Cockburn, H, Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 20, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, October (2015) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Bartkowiak Theron, I, Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?, TILES Briefing Papers, Tasmania, 11 (2015) [Contract Report] 
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T and Prichard, J and Cockburn, H, Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 20, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, November (2014) [Contract Report]
Henning, T, Protecting the Anonymity of Victims of Sexual Crimes Final Report No 19, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, Nov (2013) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T, The Legal Issues Relating to Same-Sex Marriage Research Paper No 3, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, Oct (2013) [Contract Report] 
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T, Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multiple complainants, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Hobart, TLRI Final Report 16 (2012) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Warner, K, Sexual Offences against Young People: Final Report No 18, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Hobart (2012) [Contract Report] 
Stojcevski, V and Henning, T and Quayle, BK and Newey, B, Consolidation of Arrest Laws In Tasmania, Tasmanian State Government, Hobart, Tasmania, 15 (2011) [Consultants Report]
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T, Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multple complainants, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, 15 (2009) [Contract Report]
Henning, T, A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Final Report), Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 10 (2007) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T, A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Issues Paper), Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 11 (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Stojcevski, V, Consolidation of Arrest Laws in Tasmania, Tasmanian State Government, 10 (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Stojcevski, V, Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Hemming, C, Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Issue Paper No. 8 (2005) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Offending while on bail, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 1 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL and Mackie, KF, The Forfeiture Rule, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 6 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Griggs, LD and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Vendor Disclosure, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 5 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Griggs, LD and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Vendor Disclosure, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 6 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Henning, T, Custody, Arrest and Police Bail, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, 1 (2002) [Consultants Report] 
Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Henning, T, Physical Punishment of Children, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 3 (2002) [Consultants Report] 
Henning, T, Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offenders, Justice Department of Tasmania, 4 (1996) [Contract Report] 
Other Public Output
Henning, T and Mawad, R, Talking Point: Justice impossible if victim or suspect cannot communicate, The Mercury, News Corp Australia, Hobart, Tasmania, 13 April (2018) [Newspaper Article]
Ketelaar-Jones, T and Cockburn, H and Henning, T, A comparative review of national legislation for the indefinite detention of dangerous criminals', Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 4 (2017) [Government or Industry Research]
Atkins, KM and Coady, DA and Crowley, CM and Gale, F and Henning, T and Lawrence, PM and Lockwood, M and Malpas, J and Snell, RD and Stamm, M and Stokes, MD and Stratford, E and Warner, K and White, RD and Duncan, P, Academics lash Lennon 'ethics', The Mercury, Davies Brothers (News Limited), Hobart, March 24 (2007) [Newspaper Article] 
Henning, T, Medical Tribunal of Tasmania: Rules of Evidence and procedure and legal Represetation, Medical Council of Tasmania, Medical Council of Tasmania, Tasmania, 1, 1 (1999) [Report of Restricted Access] 
Henning, T, Constraints on the Operation of Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Constraints on the Operation of Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Law Faculty, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 1 (1996) [Report of Restricted Access] 

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