This series deals with aspects of criminal justice and procedure in both practical and theoretical terms. Books may examine issues such as the use of police powers, the rights of the suspect during the police investigation, access to legal advice and the trial process. Many jurisdictions have seen substantial changes to their criminal justice systems which often have ramifications for due process safeguards. From a theoretical standpoint, the series invites analyses of the way in which different jurisdictions make changes to their justice systems, highlighting and examining the ramifications of such changes. The series welcomes contributions from scholars from all jurisdictions thereby creating an opportunity for novel cross-jurisdictional scholarly collaboration.
A Recent History of Homicide Investigation Changes and Implications for Criminal Justice in England and Wales
Fair Trial Rules of Evidence The Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights
By Sophie Pike
October 03, 2022
Drawing on in-depth research, including interviews with former and serving detectives, this book explores how homicide investigation in England and Wales has changed since the 1980s, and the opportunities and challenges that have arisen as a consequence. The investigation of homicide in England and...
By Jurkka Jämsä
September 30, 2022
This book examines how the European Court of Human Rights approaches the matter of evidence, and how its judgments affect domestic law.The case law of the Court has affected many areas of law in Europe. One of these areas is the law of evidence, and especially criminal evidence. This work examines ...
By Charlie Brooker, Coral Sirdifield
August 05, 2022
This collection of research and evaluation explores issues in mental health and probation across the globe. The volume offers insight into a wide range of interrelated topics that address the mental health and mental health needs of those under probation supervision. The chapters embrace a range of...
By Ed Johnston, Tom Smith
August 01, 2022
This edited collection explores the topic of disclosure of evidence and information in the criminal justice process. The book critically analyses the major issues driving the long-standing problem of dysfunctional disclosure practice, with contributions from academics, lawyers, former police ...
By Ed Johnston
July 29, 2022
This collection examines contemporary challenges to the criminal justice system in England and Wales. The chapters, written by established academics, rising stars and practising lawyers, seek not only to highlight these challenges but to offer solutions. The book examines issues with legal ...
By Stuti S. Kokkalera
June 24, 2022
This book examines how attorneys enable a meaningful opportunity for release for individuals sentenced to life as juveniles. The work provides a detailed overview of how legal representation facilitates opportunities for release for juveniles sentenced to life: “juvenile lifers”. It contributes to ...