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Thursday, 28 April 1932

Mr R GREEN (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the Prime Minister, upon notice -

1.   Has a white convicted of a criminal offence in the Mandated Territory of New Guinea a right of appeal to the Full Court of the High Court of Australia, or must leave to appeal be granted by the Central Court in the territory'?

2.   As there is no jury system in the Mandated Territory, has a. white convicted of a criminal offence the right of appeal to the High Court on questions of fact?

3.   How many appeals against conviction and/or severity of sentence in the territory have been lodged in the High Court?

4.   Does the High Court visit the Mandated Territory ?

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