David Plater

University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law

Honourary Research Fellow

Private Bag 89

Hobart

Tasmania, 7001

Australia

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Scholarly Papers (14)

1.

Balancing Fairness to Victims, Society and Defendants in the Cross-Examination of Vulnerable Witnesses: An Impossible Triangulation?

Melbourne Univeristy Law Review, Vol. 37, 2014
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 18 Jul 2014
Phoebe Bowden, Terese Henning and David Plater
Independent, Independent and University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law
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cross examination, child, disability

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The Development of the Role of the Prosecuting Lawyer in the Criminal Process: ‘Partisan Persecutor’ or ‘Minister of Justice’?

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 30 Jan 2014
David Plater
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law
Downloads 113 (293,142)

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prosecuting lawyer, criminal process, prosecutor’s role

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Is the 'Golden Rule' of Full Prosecution Disclosure a Modern 'Mission Impossible'?

14 Flinders L.J. 133, 2012
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 29 Nov 2013
David Plater and Lucy A de Vreeze
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of Tasmania
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disclosure, Criminal Justice, Evidence, Prosecutions

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Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Legal Hisory, Prosecutions

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The Schleswig-Holstein Question of the Criminal Law Finally Resolved? An Examination of South Australia's New Approach to the Use of Bad Character Evidence in Criminal Proceedings.

Number of pages: 61 Posted: 30 Jan 2014
David Plater, Lucy Line and Rhiannon Davies
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law, British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI) and Independent
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criminal Law, common law, bad character evidence

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Police, Prosecutors and Ex Parte Public Interest Immunity Claims: The Use of Special Advocates in Australia

University of Tasmania Law Review, Vol. 33(2) pp. 256-299, 2014
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 22 Feb 2015
David Plater and Lucy Line
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI)
Downloads 62 (419,999)

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criminal procedure, public interest, claims, law

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‘The Quality of Mercy is Not Strained’: The Norfolk Island Mutineers and the Exercise of the Death Penalty in Colonial Australia 1824-1860

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 30 Nov 2013
David Plater and Sue Milne
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of South Australia - School of Law
Downloads 53 (452,362)

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death penalty, capital punishment, mercy

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'All That's Good and Virtuous or Depraved and Abandoned in the Extreme'? Capital Punishment and Mercy for Female Offenders in Colonial Australia, 1824-1865

University of Tasmania Law Review, Volume 33(1), pp. 83-140, 2014
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 30 Oct 2014
David Plater and Sue Milne
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of South Australia - School of Law
Downloads 47 (476,126)

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criminal sentencing, female offenders, Colonial Australia, capital punishment, death penalty

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Has the 'Silver Thread' of the Criminal Law Lost its Lustre? The Modern Prosecutor as a Minister of Justice

University of Tasmania Law Review, Vol. 31 No. 2, 2012
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 22 Nov 2013
David Plater and Lucy Line
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI)
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Criminal Law, Legal Profession, Prosecutions

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'Innocent Victim of Circumstance' or 'A Very Devil Incarnate'? The Trial and Execution of Elizabeth Woolcock in South Australia in 1873

Flinders Law Journal, Volume 15, No. 2, December 2012
Number of pages: 67 Posted: 28 Jan 2014
David Plater, Joanna Duncan and Sue Milne
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law, University of Adelaide and University of South Australia - School of Law
Downloads 40 (506,927)

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victim of crime, devil incarnate, stereotype

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The Capital Case of Sarah Mcgregor and Mary Maloney in New South Wales in 1834: 'Justice is Due Even to Them'

Number of pages: 51 Posted: 05 Dec 2013
David Plater and Sue Milne
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of South Australia - School of Law
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death penalty, prerogative of mercy, female offenders

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The Development and Application in Nineteenth Century Australia of the Prosecutor's Role as a Minister of Justice: Rhetoric or Reality?

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 29 Nov 2013
David Plater and Sangeetha Royan
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and Independent
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Aborigines, criminal procedure, legal hisory, prosecutions

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Bushrangers, the Exercise of Mercy and the 'Last Penalty of the Law' in New South Wales and Tasmania 1824-1856

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 31 Jan 2014
David Plater and Penny Crofts
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law
Downloads 27 (575,503)

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prerogrative of mercy, colonial criminals, bushrangers

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Bushrangers, the Exercise of Mercy and the ‘Last Penalty of the Law’ in New South Wales and Tasmania 1824-1856

The University of Tasmania Law Review, 2013
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 21 Aug 2016
David Plater and Penny Crofts
University of Tasmania - Faculty of Law and University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law
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