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Supervising returning convicts may contravene Bill of Rights, NZ Law Society says

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 14 June 2018 ()
Supervising returning convicts may contravene Bill of Rights, NZ Law Society saysLaws which manage returning New Zealanders with convictions overseas may contravene the prohibition against retroactive penalties and double jeopardy in the Bill of Rights, says the New Zealand Law Society.The Law Society presented...
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