Coercive control legislation in NSW introduced

Updated July 20 2022 - 2:42am, first published 2:38am
Mark Speakman says new laws will provide further protections against domestic and family violence.

People who repeatedly subject their partner to physical, sexual, psychological or financial abuse could face seven years jail under proposed NSW coercive control laws.



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