The Right to a Fair Trial in the Context of Counter-Terrorism: The use and suppression of sensitive information in Australia and the United Kingdom
In the recent fight against terrorism Western liberal democracies have significantly expanded pre-emptive measures, such as inchoate and preparatory offences or control orders. As these measures rely increasingly on the use of sensitive information, their application poses a dilemma. On the one hand, sensitive information may be necessary as evidence in an open court to justify the coercive measure or demonstrate the innocence of the suspect. On the other...[Show more]
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