Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64

  Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64 Click to access walker-v-new-south-wales-1994-hca-64.pdf   JURISDICTION – ALL ARE EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW Extract from Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64: “The proposition must be rejected. It is a basic principle that all people should stand equal before the law. A construction which results in different criminal sanctions applying to different persons for the same conduct offends that basic principle (See Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), s.10). The general … Continue reading Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64
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