Sex Applications

Date uploaded:
19 Apr 2017

This paper, written in two parts, discusses ‘confidential communications’ and the special protection afforded to such communications under s32C of the Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act in relation to sex offences. Part two looks at s342 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 which relates to the use of sexual history evidence in Criminal proceedings.

Other presentations by Richard Edney
A New Sentencing Landscape for Victoria: Abolition of Suspended Sentences, Boulton v The Queen [2014] VSCA 342 and the ‘Rise’ of Community Correction Orders? (2015)
Interlocutory Appeals in Victoria: Existing Jurisprudence and Likely Future Trends (2014)

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