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Chong, Mark David, Fellows, Jamie, and Kocsis, Richard (2018) Beyond mere deterrence: rethinking criminal justice policies for North Queensland. James Cook University Law Review, 24. pp. 209-221.

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Davies, Chris, and Neal, Luke (2017) Phillips v The Queen: a doctrine of precedent case? James Cook University Law Review, 22. pp. 119-127.

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Fellows, Jamie (2016) Dr Haneef and a miscarriage of justice! Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Tattoos, body piercing and cosmetic surgery: mere personal adornment or non-fatal criminal offences? Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

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Hage, Tamara, and Fellows, Jamie (2018) Combatting over-representation of Indigenous youth in the Queensland criminal justice system through 'justice reinvestment'. James Cook University Law Review, 24. pp. 147-168.

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Kocsis, Richard N., and Palermo, George B. (2020) Clothes don't maketh the man nor a criminal profiler an expert witness. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 64 (12). pp. 1317-1340.

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Lim, Loraine, and Day, Andrew (2016) Mental health diversion courts: a prospective study of reoffending and clinical outcomes of an Australian mental health court program. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 55 (4). pp. 254-270.

Lim, Loraine, and Day, Andrew (2016) An examination of stakeholder attitudes and understanding of therapeutic jurisprudence in a mental health court. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 46. pp. 27-34.

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Thorley, Craig, Beaton, Lara, Deguara, Phillip, Jerome, Britanny, Khan, Dua, and Schopp, Kaela (2020) Misinformation encountered during a simulated jury deliberation can distort jurors' memory of a trial and bias their verdicts. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 25 (2). pp. 150-164.

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