Question In approaching this case study, you are to take on the fictional position of one of the following: a) a defence activist, b) a prosecutorial activist, c) a police activist, d)

Question In approaching this case study, you are to take on the fictional position of one of the following: a) a defence activist, b) a prosecutorial activist, c) a police activist, d) a court activist, or e) a victim activist. Taking on this position, you are to analyse one of the following contemporary criminal justice cases from your chosen perspective: – The conviction of George Pell – The conviction of Borce Ristevski – The over-representation of people with acquired brain injury in the CJS – The over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the CJS
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Assessment 3 – Case Study

Question

In approaching this case study, you are to take on the fictional position of one of the following: a) a defence activist, b) a prosecutorial activist, c) a police activist, d) a court activist, or e) a victim activist. Taking on this position, you are to analyse one of the following contemporary criminal justice cases from your chosen perspective:

  • The conviction of George Pell
  • The conviction of Borce Ristevski
  • The over-representation of people with acquired brain injury in the CJS
  • The over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the CJS

In undertaking your case study, you are to provide an overview of your chosen case (who, what, when, where), and outline various criminal justice issues from your activist position. Provide recommendations as to how the issues you identify can be properly addressed. Use evidence and examples to support your claims.

 

Position:         Insert your chosen position here (e.g. defence activist)

Case Study:    insert your chosen case study (e.g. George Pell)

 

 

Introduction

Insert your answer here.

 

 

 

Reference List

Insert references here.