9781509916771 hardcover ; alkaline paper 1509916776 hardcover ; alkaline paper 9781509916788 epdf 9781509916795 epub
Includes papers from "a three-day conference at the University of Sussex in September 2016 ... entitled Criminal Law Reform Now"--ECIP introduction.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Reflections on proceeds of crime : a new code for confiscation? / Michael Levi, comment from Colin King Rationalising civil preventive orders : opportunities for reform / Stephen Shute, comment from Zachary Hoskins Reforming the law of criminal attempt : take two / Shachar Eldar, comment from John Child Done to death : reform of homicide law / Sally Kyd, comment from Simon McKay The CPS, policy-making and assisted dying: towards a "freedom" approach / Andrew Sanders, comment from Anthony Duff How should the criminal law respond to the "special status" of children? / Heather Keating, comment from Gideon Yaffe The time limit on prosecutions for underage sexual intercourse in the sexual offences act 1956 : a continuing problem / Jonathan Rogers, comment from Hannah Quirk Safe and effective courtroom participation for domestic violence complainant-witnesses / Charlotte Bishop, comment from Vanessa Munro The case for restoring the right of silence / Hannah Quirk, comment from Abenaa Owusu-Bempah "Lawyers' law" and the limitations and flaws of the role of reform bodies in criminal law / Peter Alldridge Criminal law reform : a view from across the border / Pamela Ferguson.
KD7869.A2 C754 2019
Available in Other Form
Online version: Criminal Law Reform Now (2016 : University of Sussex). Criminal law reform now. Oxford, UK : Hart Publishing, 2018