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Sam Uffindell was lucky to avoid NZ’s criminal justice system as a schoolboy – but it was the right outcome

By James Mehigan, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Canterbury
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Sam Uffindell experienced a form of forgiveness after assaulting a younger schoolboy 22 years ago. But this should be the norm under NZ’s child justice system, which is overdue for reform.The Conversation

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