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Criminal Injustice

An Evaluation of the Criminal Justice Process in Britain

  • Frank Belloni
  • Jacqueline Hodgson

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 22-40
  3. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 41-64
  4. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 65-84
  5. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 85-103
  6. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 104-122
  7. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 123-146
  8. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 147-169
  9. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 170-195
  10. Frank Belloni, Jacqueline Hodgson
    Pages 196-209
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 210-265

About this book

Introduction

Beginning with an exploration of the awful miscarriages which prompted the establishment of the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, the authors examine the role played by institutions and legal factors within the criminal process. Tracking the shift from due process rhetoric to the 'new penology' of efficient risk management of suspect populations, they assess the impact of recent reforms such as curtailment of the right to silence; the removal of the right to jury trial; and the appeal process itself.

Keywords

criminal justice list of abbreviations police

Authors and affiliations

  • Frank Belloni
    • 1
  • Jacqueline Hodgson
    • 2
  1. 1.Virginia Commonwealth UniversityUSA
  2. 2.University of WarwickUK

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