Human rights lawyer Ruth Barson speaks about Barwon and Indigenous deaths in custody for Law Week event

Ellen Ebsary
By Ellen Ebsary
Updated May 18 2017 - 11:33am, first published 6:40am
STRENGTH: Human Rights Centre senior lawyer Ruth Barson (middle) with Hume Riverina Community Legal Service lawyers Deborah Fisher, Ali Maher and Janet Osborne at a Women in Law event. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS

August marks three years since Aboriginal woman Ms Dhu died of injuries sustained while detained in Western Australia, but her family’s lawyer is still waiting for charges to be laid.

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