Claremont podcast: How long could Bradley Edwards stay behind bars for his crimes?

Kate RyanThe West Australian
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Legal expert Damien Cripps joins Natalie Bonjolo in this last episode before the sentencing, to discuss how Edwards might be sentenced, and answer some of your questions.
Camera IconLegal expert Damien Cripps joins Natalie Bonjolo in this last episode before the sentencing, to discuss how Edwards might be sentenced, and answer some of your questions. Credit: The West Australian

Should Bradley Edwards be allowed to participate in rehabilitation programs in prison? Or should the prison just “throw away the key”?

Legal expert Damien Cripps joins Natalie Bonjolo in this last episode before the sentencing, to discuss how Edwards might be sentenced, and answer some of your questions.

Damien Cripps said Edwards' sentencing will be a difficult task for Justice Hall, and goes through several ways prosecution and defence could present their cases to the judge.

Mr Cripps also gives his professional and personal answers and opinions to some of your very interesting questions.

We'll be back on December 23 when Bradley Edwards is sentenced over The Huntingdale attack, Karrakatta rape, and Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon's murders.

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