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Reconcilable Rights?: Analysing the Tension Between Victims and Defendants

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ISBN13: 9781903307311
ISBN: 1903307317
Published: April 2006
Publisher: Legal Action Group
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £15.00

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Reconcilable Rights explores the tensions between the interests of victims and those of defendants in the criminal justice process. It provides an analysis of this crucial area of policy, highlighting the growing polarization of the rights and interests of victims and of those accused of crime in both government rhetoric and in popular discourse.

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Criminal Law
1Overview: is reconciliation possible? Ed Cape 2 Redressing the balance: the criminal justice bill 2002 Paul Clark MP 3 Justice for all in the 21st century: the political context of the policy focus on victims Sandra Walklate 4 Criminal procedure: the rights of the victim,versus the rights of the defendant J.R.Spencer QC 5 Playing games and cheating: fairness in the criminal justice system Jane Hickman 6 Putting victims at the heart of criminal justice: the gap between rhetoric and reality John Jackson 7 Integrating restorative justice principles in adversarial proceedings through victim impact statements Edna Erez 8 Involving victims in sentencing: a conflict with defendants' rights? Andrew Sanders 9 Human rights and victims Francesca Klug 10 Balancing the rights of victims and offenders Barbara Hudson