New military court set to be established

24 June 2010 | by The New Lawyer

NEW laws introduced today are set to establish a new military court in Australia while also reshaping the current federal court system.

Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, today introduced legislation that will see a new court replace the interim system of military justice put in place by last year’s High Court decision in Lane v Morrison. The decision invalidated the Australian Military Court established by the previous Government.

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