Inclusive Juries – Access for People who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind or Have Low Vision
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The Commission is considering what changes to legislation and practices should be made to enhance access for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision who wish to serve as jurors in Victoria.
Submissions to this law reform inquiry have closed, but if you would like to discuss the possibility of a late contribution, please contact team leader Emma Cashen at email@example.com.
Read about the issues in the consultation paper – see the links below. Questions to guide submission writing are included in the consultation paper.
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Inclusive Juries - Access for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision
The Victorian Law Reform Commission is considering what changes to the law should be made to help people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision who wish to serve as jurors in Victoria.
- Terms of reference received
- Submissions and consultations
- Submissions closed
- Final Report
- Tabled in parliament