Law banning sexual abuse victims from speaking out could be changed

The Courier

August 26 2020

By Georgie Moore

The Victorian government says it’s willing to revisit laws requiring sexual assault survivors to ask courts for permission to speak publicly about their experiences.

Victoria’s Attorney-General Jill Hennessy says the changes had been designed to make it easier for survivors.

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