VOCAL executive director Robyn Cotterell-Jones is taking a step back after decades as a victims' advocate

By Dan Proudman
Updated May 18 2017 - 6:47am, first published 6:00am

IT was months after she had felt more beaten up by a justice system than the vicious assault which had placed her in a wheelchair when Robyn Cotterell-Jones received a letter from a female politician telling her there was “nothing we can do” to fix victims’ rights.

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