Rosie Batty was faced with the unthinkable when her 11 year-old son, Luke, was killed by his father. But due to the nature of the justice system, she was forced to relive her trauma during a Coronial Inquest. She hit back against victim blaming in the court room after having to defend her actions leading up to Luke’s death. In an adversarial system that relies on evidence and protects the presumed innocence of the accused, what happens to the victims of crime?

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