The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “Injustice Arising from the Unnoticed Power of Priming: How Lawyers and Even Judges can be Misled by Unreliable Transcripts of Indistinct Forensic Audio” – Helen Fraser and Yuko Kinoshita; “Check Your Privilege: The Foundation of Legal Professional Privilege within the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions” – Adam Murphy; and “The Use of Victim Impact Statements in Sexual Offence Sentencing: A Critique of Judicial Practice” – Rhiannon Davies and Lorana Bartels. Also in this Part is an Editorial: “The Burden and Standard of Proof”; Contemporary Comment: “Affirmative Consent in New South Wales: Progressive Reform or Dangerous Populism?” – Andrew Dyer; and Digest of Criminal Law Cases.
The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “The Judge as Cartographer and Guide: The Role of Fact-based Directions in Improving Juror Comprehension” – Jonathan Clough, Ben Spivak, James R P Ogloff, Yvette Tinsley and Warren Young; “Why ‘Ad Hoc Experts’ Should Not Provide Transcripts of Indistinct Forensic Audio, and a Proposal for a Better Approach” – Peter French and Helen Fraser; “Digital Access to Justice from Prison: Is There a Right to Technology?” – Dr Carolyn McKay; and “Corporate Crime and Regulatory Discretion: Rethinking the Use of Criminal, Civil and Administrative Penalties” – Brendon O’Neill. Also in this Part is an Editorial on the causes of the “revolving door” phenomenon in Australia’s custodial institutions; Obituary: The Hon Sir Laurence Street AC KCMG QC; and a Digest of Criminal Law Cases.
The latest Part of the Journal of Judicial Administration includes the following articles: “Thirty Years Is Long Enough: It Is Time to Create a Process That Ensures Covert Recordings Used as Evidence in Court Are Interpreted Reliably” – Helen Fraser; “On Public Opinion Discourse: Justice Applications’ – Pamela D Schulz OAM and Andrew J Cannon AM; and “Right Here Waiting For You: The New Social Media Chapter in the Australian Guide to Judicial Conduct” – Marilyn Bromberg.