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Prisoners may soon face extended sentences in NSW under newly proposed terrorism laws that will asses the individual’s potential to commit acts of terrorism.

The legislation will allow authorities to detain inmates after their sentence has finished if they are suspected to have been radicalised.

The Law Society of NSW has criticised this approach saying that it undermines the justice system to incarcerate people who have not committed a crime.

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