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Open justice : a critique of the public trial

Author: Joseph Jaconelli
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002.
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Jaconelli explores the issues raised by the concept of public trial and offers a critical examination, in the context of English law, of the values served by open justice and the tensions that exist between it and other important interests.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Jaconelli
ISBN: 9780191681387 0191681385
OCLC Number: 798066758
Description: 1 online resource (xl, 369 pages)
Contents: 1. The Elements of Open Justice. 1. Introduction. 2. The Ideal of Open Justice. 3. Constitutional Guarantees. 4. Scott v Scott. 5. The Elements of a Trial. 6. Personae and Public. 7. The Concept of an 'Open Court'. 8. Public, Press, and Others --
2. The Rationale and Reach of Open Justice. 1. Open Justice and Natural Justice. 2. The Disciplinary Rationale of Open Justice. 3. The Investigatory Rationale of Open Justice. 4. Criminal Trials. 5. Criminal Trials: Issues of Sentence. 6. Disciplinary Cases. 7. Civil Cases and Arbitration. 8. Informal Settlement. 9. Domestic Tribunals. 10. Preliminary and Ancillary Procedures --
3. The Enforcement of Secrecy. 1. The Secret Trial. 2. The Fragmentation of the Courtroom. 3. Challenging Courtroom Secrecy. 4. A Jurisprudential Postscript: Does the Accused have a Right to a Public Trial? --
4. Issues Relating to Security. 1. Introduction. 2. The Physical Security of the Courtroom. 3. Security of the Proceedings: The Protection of Witnesses. 4. The Courts and National Security --
5. Privacy and the Family. 1. Privacy and the Protection of the Vulnerable. 2. Curtailing Court Publicity in the Interests of Privacy. 3. Mitigating the Deterrent Effect of Court Publicity. 4. Privacy and Deterrence: Three Problematic Aspects. 5. Divorce and Annulment of Marriage. 6. Protection of Vulnerable Persons. 7. The Limits of Public Trial: Juvenile Justice --
6. Secrecy and Commercial Litigation. 1. Open Justice in Commercial Courts. 2. Investigatory Processes. 3. Commercial Arbitration. 4. Open Justice in Commercial Litigation: The General Rule Exemplified. 5. Exceptions to the General Rule. 6. A Concluding Comment --
7. Jury Secrecy. 1. Public Trial and Jury Secrecy. 2. Section 8 and its Antecedents. 3. Protecting the Administration of Justice. 4. Protecting the Individual Juror. 5. Problems of Jury Research --
8. The Reporting of Judicial Proceedings. 1. Recording and Reporting. 2. Some General Considerations on Privilege. 3. The Defamation Reporting Privilege. 4. Public Access to Trial Documentation. 5. Preliminary Hearings and Open Justice. 6. Contempt Liability and the Postponement of Trial Reports --
9. The Broadcasting of Judicial Proceedings. 1. Photography, Television and the Criminal Process. 2. Cameras and Tape-Recorders in the Courtroom. 3. The Scottish Experiment. 4. The Report of the Bar Council: A Critique. 5. Televising Trials and Individual Rights: The United States Experience. 6. Archival Purposes. 7. A Concluding Comment.
Responsibility: by Joseph Jaconelli.
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Jaconelli explores the issues raised by the concept of public trial and offers a critical examination, in the context of English law, of the values served by open justice and the tensions that exist between it and other important interests.

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