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The Oxford handbook of criminal process

Author: Darryl K Brown; Jenia I Turner; Bettina Weisser
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Series: Oxford handbooks.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process surveys the topics and issues in the field of criminal process, including the laws, institutions, and practices of the criminal justice administration. The process begins with arrests or with crime investigation such as searches for evidence. It continues through trial or some alternative form of adjudication such as plea bargaining that may lead to conviction and punishment,  Read more...
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Oxford handbook of criminal process.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019
(OCoLC)1088715725
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darryl K Brown; Jenia I Turner; Bettina Weisser
ISBN: 9780190659837 0190659831 9780190659844 019065984X
OCLC Number: 1041199926
Description: xiii, 1051 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Foundations. Criminal process in the dual penal state : a comparative-historical analysis / Markus D. Dubber --
Fundamental values of criminal procedure / Richard L. Lippke --
Empirical approaches to criminal procedure / Jacqueline S. Hodgson and Yu Mou --
Comparative approaches to criminal procedure : transplants, translations, and adversarial-model reforms in European criminal process / Elisabetta Grande --
The European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights as guardians of fair criminal proceedings in Europe / Bettina Weisser --
The European Union and the rights of individuals in criminal proceedings / Valsamis Mitsilegas --
Procedural Roles. The place of the prosecutor in common law and civil law jurisdictions / Katalin Ligeti --
Defense rights in European legal systems under the influence of the European Court of Human Rights / Thomas Weigend --
Defense rights, duties, norms, and practices in common law and civil law jurisdictions / Ed Cape --
Procedural roles : professional judges, lay judges, and lay jurors / Rebecca K. Helm and Valerie P. Hans --
Rights and duties of experts / Joëlle Vuille --
Conceptualizing the victim within criminal justice processes in common law tradition / Marie Manikis --
Victim rights in civil law jurisdictions / Johanna Göhler --
Surveillance and Investigation. Betrayal by bosses : undercover policing and the problem of "upstream defection" by rogue principals / Jacqueline E. Ross --
Interviews of suspects of crime : law and practice in European countries / Marijke Malsch and Meike M. de Boer --
Interrogation law and practice in common law jurisdictions / David Dixon --
Digital civil liberties and the translation problem / Michael Washington and Neil Richards --
Prosecution-led investigations and measures of procedural coercion in the field of corruption / Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi --
Criminal Prosecution and Its Alertnatives. International corporate prosecutions / Brandon Garrett --
Special procedures for white-collar and corporate wrongdoing : a European perspective / Juliette Tricot --
Double jeopardy and ne bis in idem in common law and civil law jurisdictions / Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg --
Jurisdiction and transnational ne bis in idem in prosecution of transnational crimes / André Klip --
Detention before trial and civil detention of dangerous individuals / Grischa Merkel --
Pretrial and civil detention of "dangerous" individuals in common law jurisdictions / Bernadette McSherry --
Preparation for Adjudication. Evidence disclosure and discovery in common law jurisdictions / Darryl K. Brown --
Access to and limits on evidence dossiers in civil law systems / Michele Caianiello --
Transnational access to evidence, witnesses, and suspects / Sabine Gless --
International law and treaty obligations, mutual legal assistance, and EU instruments / Martin Böse --
Adjudication : Trials and Alternatives. Challenges of trial procedure reform : is European Union legislation part of the solution or part of the problem? / Helmut Satzger and Frank Zimmermann --
Trial procedures in response to terrorism / Nicola McGarrity --
Criminalization and quasi-criminalization of terrorism : emerging trends and tensions with human rights law in the UK / Helen Fenwick --
Comparing plea bargaining and abbreviated trial procedures / Gwladys Gilliéron --
Plea bargaining under the common law / Mary Vogel --
Forensic science evidence, adversarial criminal proceedings, and mainstream scientific "advice" / Gary Edmond --
Beyond common law evidence : reimagining, and reinvigorating, evidence law as forensic science / John Jackson and Paul Roberts --
Exclusion of wrongfully obtained evidence : a comparative analysis / Ho Hock Lai --
Rights and methods to challenge evidence and witnesses in civil law jurisdictions / Lorena Bachmaier --
The confrontation right / Richard D. Friedman --
Comparative assessment of sentencing laws, practices, and trends / Tatjana Hörnle --
Restorative justice as an alternative to penal sanctions / Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou --
Appeals and Post-Conviction Review. Appeal and cassation in continental European criminal justice systems : guarantees of factual accuracy, or vehicles for administrative control? / Stephen C. Thaman --
Exceptional procedures to correct miscarriages of justice in common law systems / Kent Roach --
Procedure in International Tribunals. Pluralism in international criminal procedure / Jenia I. Turner.
Series Title: Oxford handbooks.
Other Titles: Handbook of criminal process
Criminal process
Responsibility: edited by Darryl K. Brown, Jenia I. Turner, and Bettina Weisser.

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The criminal process begins with arrests or investigations and concludes with adjudication and appeal. Across more than 40 chapters, this Handbook provides a comprehensive introduction to both common  Read more...

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