Justins v The Queen: assisted suicide, juries and the discretion to prosecute
Juries are often a crucial protection for citizens against unjust or highly controversial laws. The decision whether to proceed with a prosecution rests on the discretionary powers of prosecutors. In cases where the community is deeply divided over right
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