TAG: gay panic defence
In an article published in The Advertiser, Kellie Toole explains why the ‘gay panic’ defence of provocation should be abolished. Click here to read Kellie’s article.
This month, the Greens introduced a Bill into the South Australian Parliament to prohibit the use of the ‘gay panic’ defence in the State. In this post, Adelaide Law School’s Kellie Toole considers the value of the amendment. Picture this: Peter is in a bar enjoying a few drinks. Sally has been watching him from across […]