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10 is too young to be in court – NZ should raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility

By Claire Breen, Professor of Law, University of Waikato
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In New Zealand, you can be considered capable of criminal intent from the age of ten. But this is young by international standards, and many believe reform is overdue.The Conversation

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