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Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales


ISBN13: 9781137390394
Published: March 2015
Publisher: Palgrave Scholarly
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £65.00



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How are offenders sentenced in England and Wales? This is the first volume to analyse the empirical and normative aspects of sentencing in the UK, exploring a range of important issues including the role of previous convictions, sentencing female offenders, offender remorse and the sentencing in cases of multiple crimes.

This unique collection reveals how courts in this jurisdiction sentence offenders, providing a portrait of practices in the magistrates and Crown courts from 1996 to the present day. Drawing from a new source of data from the Crown courts, original insights are derived about the way that offenders are punished. With expert contributions from scholars in criminal justice and law, this authoritative account presents the latest data trends relating to sentencing, as well as conclusions for policy and practice.

Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Foreword
Paul Wiles
1. Sentencing Research and Sentencing Statistics
Julian V. Roberts and Mike Hough
2. Understanding Sentencing: Approaches to Research
Mandeep Dhami and Ian Belton
3. Overview of Sentencing Patterns and Historical Trends in Sentencing
Julian Roberts and Keir Irwin-Rogers
4. Public Knowledge of Sentencing Practices
Martina Feilzer
. Consistency in England and Wales: New Findings from the CCSS
J. Pina-Sanchez
6. Sentencing Female Offenders
Carol Hedderman and Rebecca Barnes
7. Women and Sentencing
Loraine Gelsthorpe and Gillian Sharpe
8. Sentencing and Dependents: Motherhood as Mitigation
Shona Minson
9. The Role of Previous Convictions at Sentencing
Julian Roberts and J. Pina-Sanchez
10. More than a Single Crime: Sentencing for Multiple Offences
Natalia Vibla
11. Mitigating Factors at Sentencing
Hannah Maslen
12. Sentencing for Burglary
Keir Irwin-Rogers and Thomas W. Perry
13. Sentencing Murder: Lessons from Empirical Research
Barry Mitchell and Julian Roberts
14. Sentencing Young Offenders and Young Adults
Max Lowenstein