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A new resource by BIMA Projects summarises what happens after someone has been charged with an offence

Date posted: 5 July 2012

BIMA Projects, part of the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association, have recently produced a podcast that concisely summarises with what happens after a person has been charged with an offence.

The podcast, titled After you're charged with an offence, was produced as part of BIMA Project's Talkin' bout law program. It aims to answer the question of what happens after someone is arrested and charged with an offence, by providing information on offender's rights and responsibilities.

Talkin' about law is a community education project developed for the Indigenous community in Queensland (Qld). The project's purpose is to provide legal information on criminal and civil matters, and to promote the services provided by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service in Qld.

BIMA Projects have also produced a plain text summary of information provided in the podcast, which is available in Edition 13 of their Talkin' about law newsletter. Both the summary and the podcast are useful resources for justice or health workers working with Indigenous clients, and can be accessed online using the links provided below.

Source: Brisbane Indigenous Media Association


Brisbane Indigenous Media Association
2 Ambleside St
West End Qld 4101


Last updated: 9 July 2012
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