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For more recommended Community Living Association publications go to: http://www.communityliving.org.au/resources/publications/.
Risinger, M. (2004). Unsafe Verdicts: The need for reformed standards for the trail and review of factual innocence. Houston Law Review.
Scheyett, A., Vaughn, J., Taylor, M., and Parish, S. (2009). Are We There Yet; Screening Processes for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Jail Settings. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (47)1. Pp 13-23.
Supreme Court of Queensland and Library, Equal Treatment Benchbook, QLD
Valenti-Hein, DC, Schwartz, LD, 1993, Witness competency in people with mental retardation: Implications for prosecution of sexual abuse, Sexuality & Disability, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp. 287-294.
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