83%
Yes
17%
No
73%
Yes
11%
No
9%
Yes, as long as it is safe for them to return to their country
5%
No, only if they have entered the country illegally
2%
Yes, but after they have finished serving their sentence

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 @8WSHQ8Manswered…3yrs3Y

 @9L26NQFanswered…3mos3MO

They should go to jail for their sentence and then be released back into Australia and not deported.

 @9K7FW3Q answered…4mos4MO

No, providing they have lived in Australia for a period of 7 years or longer, or they have gained citizenship. If this is inapplicable, then they can be eligible for deportation.

 @9K2V5DSfrom California answered…4mos4MO

It depends on the crime, if it's putting a large amount of people in danger to have them in the country then yes, but if its serious but wont be putting people in possible danger to have them around just have them treated as any other Australian citizen and place them in prison or other legal actions.

 @9K2CGYKanswered…4mos4MO

No, only if the crime is serious like murder or rape. If it is something like drug trafficking, rehabilitation programs should take place to help redeem themselves.

 @9JYX3M9answered…4mos4MO

They can be deported if there countyr is safe, if not they can be sent to prison, as long as there proven guilty or have enough proof.

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