A paper prepared for the Equal Justice Project Outreach Sexual Crime Law Symposium on the 25th of August 2014
Various proposals are currently being made on how New Zealand should deal with sexual crime. These proposals have reignited an ongoing debate about the tensions between due process concerns and the low conviction rates for sexual crime.
This symposium paper will investigate both the new policies and policies that have been issues in the past.
Members who worked on this symposium paper:
Sarah Thompson, Diana Ivanov, Tessa King, Dylan Jackson, Rob Mcstay, Keegan Browne, Rachel Hale, Jasper Lau and Max Smith.
Helen Thompson & Anna Chalton