Brill's Asian law series ; 5. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328044.
In Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh , Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman critically examines the sentencing policies of Bangladesh and demonstrates that the country's sentencing policies are not only yet to be developed in a coherent manner and shaped with an appropriate and contextual balance, but also remain part of the problem rather than part of the solution. The author forcefully argues that the conception of 'sentencing policies' cannot and should not always be confined exclusively to institutional understandings. The typical realities of post-colonial societies call for rethinking the traditional judiciary-centred understanding of what is meant by criminal sentences. This book thus raises the question for theoretical sentencing scholarship whether the prevailing judiciary-centred understanding of sentencing should be rethought.
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Preliminary Material Introduction Troublesome Issues in Sentencing: Balance in Constantly Changing Contexts Colonial Transformation of Sentencing Policies of Bangladesh: A Historical Account Sentencing Policies of Bangladesh: The Locus of State Authority Sentencing Policies in Bangladesh: The Legal Framework Sentencing Calculus in Bangladesh: A Case Study Conclusion Appendix: List of Cases Studied for the Purpose of Chapters 5 and 6 Bibliography Index.
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Print version: Rahman, Muhammad Mahbubur. Criminal sentencing in Bangladesh. Leiden : Brill Nijhoff, 2017