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Dutton accuses triggs linking bali nine executions border policy. Posted A member of Queensland’s Parliament has slammed a bill on judicial review procedures for court cases, calling it « brilliant » in a bid to improve the reliability of the courts. The Coalition’s bill would allow a judicial review by a judge at a court room or public place, if that judicial review is critical to the outcome of a case, in some of the state’s 21,000 appeals. The bill would also allow people to be cleared of guilt at all times by a judicial review. But도박 it comes after Mr Bali’s family and some legal scholars challenged the move, claiming it undermined the trust that Queenslanders place in the ju태국 마사지diciary. Justice Minister Peter Slipper last year said courts were well established for making decisions about criminal matters, even if that means reviewing cases. He said the court had the discretion to reject a person’s claim of guilt or innocence. « If an application is ma실시간카지노de under s.34 that is critical to a decision, you could, as a matter of course, ask the court to do so, not to find guilt or innocence, but simply to uphold the decision to uphold an independent fact-finding tribunal, » Mr Slipper told reporters at the time. In an interview yesterday, Mr Bali’s brother John said the bill was not only wrong but dangerous, especially on « justice issues like sentencing », where the State Government must hold a public inquiry before making an arrest. « [It] is something that is going to give all the bad elements to the judicial process, where people are treated as if they don’t matter at all, and also, there will be people in particular who don’t have a voice in the judicial system, » Mr Bali’s brother said.