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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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The Handbook of the Criminal Justice Process

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Edited by: Mike McConville, Geoffrey Wilson

ISBN13: 9780199253951
ISBN: 0199253951
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99
Hardback edition out of print, ISBN13 9780199254606



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This is an authoritative account of the criminal justice system in England and Wales that engages with the central issues common to any major criminal justice system.

Compiling the thoughts and opinions of leading figures in this field of law, this volume provides comprehensive coverage of all the key areas of the system presenting a sequential account from investigation through to final appeal. The authors aim to present the English legal system as an example of one way of attempting to deal with problems involved in the administration of criminal justice, highlighting the general problems as well as the current English response and including the points at which decisions have to be made and the reasons behind them.

Taken together, the chapters provide a description of a dynamic and developing criminal justice system at work - comparing the mechanics of the system in theory and practice, the problems it faces and possible solutions, the values it reflects and the goals it pursues.

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Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Professor Robin White, The Structure and Organization of Criminal Justice in England and Wales - An Overview; Professor Robert Reiner, The Organization and Accountability of the Police; Dr Satnam Choongh, Police Investigative Powers; Sybil Sharpe, Covert Surveillance and the Use of Informants; Professor Mike Maguire, Regulating the Police Station - the Case of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984; Professor Ed Cape, Assisting and Advising Defendants Before Trial; Dr Anthea Hucklesby, Bail in Criminal Cases; Professor Lee Bridges, The Right to Representation and Legal Aid; Professor Andrew Sanders, The System of Prosecution; Rob Allen, Alternatives to Prosecution; Professor Sir John Smith QC, Evidence in Criminal Cases; Roger Leng, The Exchange of Information and Disclosure; John Sprack, Publicity Surrounding the Trial; Professor Jenny McEwan, Special Measures for Witnesses and Victims; Dr Paul Roberts, Science, Experts and Criminal Justice; Dr Penny Darbyshire, Magistrates; Mr Stephen Solley QC, The Role of the Advocate; Sir Philip Otton, The Role of the Judge in Criminal Cases; Professor John Jackson, The Adversary Trail and Trial by Judge Alone; Professor Mike McConville, Plea Bargaining; Professor Sean Doran, Trial by Jury; Ms Nicola Padfield, Juvenile Justice; Professor Mike Levi, Economic Crime; Professor Ronnie MacKay, Mentally Abnormal Offenders - Disposal and Criminal Responsibility Issues; Dr David Thomas QC, The Sentencing Process; Professor Rosemary Pattenden, Criminal Appeals - The Purpose of Criminal Appeals; Professor Clive Walker, Miscarriages of Justice and the Correction of Error; Dr Carolyn Hoyle and Dr Richard Young, Restorative Justice - Assessing the Prospects and Pitfalls; Professor Keith Bottomley, Research, Statistics and Knowledge of Crime.