Australia No crisis in Vic court system: Andrews

02:01  14 april  2018
02:01  14 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The court system . A number of courts and tribunals operate in Victoria . Their role is to interpret the law, decide who is right or wrong in a dispute, and impose penalties on people or organisations that have broken the law.

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The Victorian premier has denied there is a crisis in the court's system after the widow of a magistrate who died last month spoke of the pressures of the job and its "unrelenting workload".

Jo Duncan, the widow of magistrate Stephen Myall, said magistrates are working under increasing workloads, with her husband sometimes overseeing more than 90 mentions a day.

Premier Daniel Andrews told ABC radio on Friday the system had challenges but denied it was a crisis and said the government would "seek to do more" to respond to them in next month's state budget.

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