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He said the laws that went into stricter laws for sex offenders in Lake Macquarie on Nov. Law Council president Pauline Wright said mandatory sentencing was dangerous, as juries might hand down 'not guilty' verdicts rather than see teenagers locked up for years for low-end offences.
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The deal is valued at 2 million euros. Photo by Abbey Oldham. Yet in the last two decades, nobody has ever been fully released.
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