Call the police on 131 444 or 8999 5511 (during the day), 8922 1560 (after hours).
Ask the police what they did with the person.

Maybe the police let them go. Maybe the police took them to court. Maybe the police are keeping them in lockup.
If the person is in jail, you can call them if you are a close family member. (Wife, husband, brother, sister, mother, father).

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Right to silence (Yolngu Matha)

This audio explains the words right to silence in Yolngu Matha. Click here for more recordings like this.

 

Arrest (Yolngu Matha)

This audio explains the word arrest in Yolngu Matha. Click here for more recordings like this.

 

Bail conditions (Yolngu Matha)

This audio explains the word bail conditions in Yolngu Matha. Click here for more recordings like this.

 

Bail (Yolngu Matha)

This audio explains the word bail in Yolngu Matha. Click here for more recordings like this.

 

 

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