New laws aim to provide more confidence to family violence victims and increase reporting | ABC News

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Initial steps have been taken in the ACT Legislative Assembly to put an end to lenient sentences and give family violence victims more confidence in the court system.

It comes after the ACT’s Attorney-General admitted the territory’s family violence laws were too weak.

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