A court ruling has allowed NSW police avoid answering questions about the shooting of a woman on the state's mid-north coast.
'Will the police now be, again, treated differently when they become involved in critical events such as police brutality, death in custody events or other actions needing to be independently investigated?' asks Ray Jackson, President, Indigenous Social Justice Association.
Article by David Hamer, Associate Professor of Evidence and Proof at University of Sydney and Gary Edmond, Professor at University of New South Wales. Read more about Court ruling gives NSW police 'The right to silence'