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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Plea Bargaining in National and International Law: A Comparative Study


ISBN13: 9780415597869
Published: June 2012
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00
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This book analyses plea bargain in different families of law, and drawing on these findings asks to what extent this practice should be developed in international criminal law. The book sets out in-depth studies of consensual case dispositions in the UK, setting out how plea bargaining has developed and spread in England and Wales.

It discusses in detail the problems that this practice poses for the rule of law as well as well as the principles of adversarial litigation. The book considers plea-bargaining in the USA as well as in the civil law German justice system.

The book also draws on empirical research looking at the absence of informal settlements in the former GDR, offering a unique insight into criminal procedure in a socialist legal system that has been little studied. The book then goes on to look at international criminal law and examine the use of informal negotiations in the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the possible use in future cases of the International Criminal Court.

Subjects:
Criminal Law, International Criminal Law
Contents:
1. Introduction ;2. History and origins of bail ;3. Law and policy developments since 1967 ;4. The use of bail and its importance ;5. Police bail ;6. Bail decision-making in court ;7. Bail conditions ;8. Offending on bail ;9. Initiatives to increase the use of bail ;10. Conclusion