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Evan Whitton

Evan Whitton is a former reporter who became a legal historian after seeing how two systems dealt with the same criminal, Queensland police chief Sir (as he then was) Terry Lewis.

Author's website: Serial Liars


 
Savings for justice
November 2013 Feature - 4/12/2013 - 9 comments
The Prince of Denmark defence
Law & Liberties - 1/07/2013 - 2 comments
Civil liberties in the old deep north
February 2013 Feature - 22/02/2013
Optimising the inquiry into child sex abuse
Law & Liberties - 8/01/2013 - 2 comments
Unfair trials
Law & Liberties - 9/10/2012 - 3 comments
Techniques of internet journalism
January 2012 Feature - 4/01/2012 - 2 comments
Serial liars: how lawyers get the money
Law & Liberties - 17/05/2007 - 17 comments
21 reasons you won't get justice from the adversarial court system
April 2003 Feature - 7/04/2003 - 1 comment
Justice, truth or fairness: which should our courts pursue?
Law & Liberties - 13/12/2002



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