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Criminal Justice in Europe: A Comparative Study

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Edited by: Christopher Harding, Phil Fennell, Nico Jorg, Bert Swart

ISBN13: 9780198258070
ISBN: 0198258070
Published: April 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £110.00

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This book is the product of a six year association between the Willem Pompe Institution for Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Utrecht and the Law Schools of the University of Wales at Aberystwyth and Cardiff. It contains eighteen comparative studies on criminal justice in the Netherlands, England, and Wales, concentrating on the central themes of the convergence of the adversarial - British - and inquisitorial - Dutch - system of justice and the increasing ""Europeanization"" of each by an ever-increasing body of European law.

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Criminal Law
1. Criminal Justice in the Netherlands
2. The Evolution of Criminal Justice Policy in the UK
3. Are Inquisitiorial and Adversarial Systems Converging?
4. The European Convention on Human Rights and Criminal Justice in the Netherlands and the UK
5. Intergovernmental Co-operation in the Field of Criminal Law
6. The European Community and Criminal Law
7. Discretion and Accountability in Prosecution: A Comparative Perspective on Keeping Crime Out of Court
8. Managing the Drug Problem - Tolerance or Prohibition?
9. Diversion, Europeanization and the Mentally Disordered Offender
10. Diversion in English and Dutch Juvenile Justice
11. Prosecutors, Examining Judges and Control of Police Investigations
12. Police Detention in the UK and the Netherlands
13. DNA Profiling and the Use of Expert Scientific Witnesses in Criminal Proceedings
14. Witness Evidence, Article Six of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Principle of Open Justice
15. Protection of and Compensation for Victims of Crime
16. Sentencing Practice, Policy and Discretion
17. Prisoners' Rights in the Netherlands and England and Wales
18. The Transfer of Prisoners