New technology drives reform in SA court rooms

The South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) is calling for submissions on a revamp of evidence laws in the wake of an increasing reliance on new technology.

In a paper issued today by SALRI, the Institute asks whether certain provisions in the South Australian Evidence Act 1929 which are outdated and have no further use in court should be abolished. Read the full story

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