International Crime and Australia
When travel, trade and communication between countries becomes uncomplicated, international crime raises. Governments can only pass laws that control behaviour within their jurisdiction. For example, the government of New South Wales can only make laws that apply within the state.
An Australian who commits a crime in another country go by the laws of that country and not Australia's laws. If a person was caught smuggling drugs into Indonesia, they would most likely face the death-penalty. …
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