Liberal Government to fix Labor’s home detention mess

The Marshall Liberal Government is working as quickly as possible to fix Labor’s inadequate sentencing legislation, in a number of areas including home detention.

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Regional lawyer appointed Magistrate

A Port Lincoln-based lawyer with three decades of experience in the sector has been appointed to the Magistrates Court.

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Twenty-first century laws to fight against child exploitation

Laws aimed at cracking down on people who distribute or help distribute child pornography have been introduced to State Parliament today by the Marshall Liberal Government.

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Whistleblower protections to go ahead

South Australians who blow the whistle on corruption or maladministration in the public sector will have greater protections under reforms which have now passed State Parliament.

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Marshall Liberal Government welcomes further drought assistance funding in SA

The Marshall Liberal Government welcomes the Federal Government’s drought assistance package announced at today’s National Drought Summit.

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Michael Riches appointed as Deputy Independent Commissioner Against Corruption

The Government has today announced that the Governor has appointed Mr Michael Riches as the Deputy Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.  

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Tough anti-terror measures for police

Laws giving South Australia Police officers the confidence to use whatever force they deem necessary in a terrorist incident have passed State Parliament.

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Cracking down on domestic violence

People who repeatedly breach intervention orders will be subject to tougher penalties, under new laws being introduced to Parliament by the Liberal Marshall Government today.

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Tougher laws to protect consumers

Consumers are set to be much better protected under fair trading legislation passed by Parliament this week.

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Have YourSAy on Sentencing Discounts

Members of the community are being encouraged to have their say in a review of the South Australia’s sentencing discount scheme, which allows offenders to get a reduced sentence in exchange for an early guilty plea.

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