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REFORM OR MORAL OUTRAGE--THE CHOICE IS YOURS.
September 22, 1998... In their reply to my commentary on The Case for the Prosecution, McConville, Sanders, and Leng (henceforth MSL) offer a highly restricted choice between `Descriptive' and `Critical' sociology.(1) The main purpose of this note is to suggest that the important choice does not lie between...
CRIME CONTROL, DUE PROCESS AND `THE CASE FOR THE PROSECUTION'.
September 22, 1998... A Problem of Terminology? The recent debate in this journal between Smith and McConville, Sanders and Leng is bedevilled by terminological problems. These might be solved by renaming Packer's `Crime Control model' as the `Efficiency model'. This renders the true nature of the dispute...
HUMAN RIGHTS, DUE PROCESS AND SENTENCING.
September 22, 1998... The aim of this paper is to examine the arguments for adopting a rights-based approach to the analysis of the sentencing process rather than the traditional crime control and due process models developed by Packer (1968). An attempt is also made to further the theoretical debate by...
THE PROSECUTION AND DEFENCE OF BLACK DEFENDANTS IN DRUG TRIALS.
September 22, 1998... Evidence of Claims-Making Prosecuting and defence barristers' participation in trial is of principal significance in determining a case outcome. It is the intention of this article to examine the role that barristers play in shaping the representation of black people in the criminal...
DRUGS IMPORTATION AND THE BIFURCATION OF RISK.
September 22, 1998... Capitalization, Cut Outs and Organized Crime Qualitative research was conducted with 15 persons convicted of serious offences in connection with drugs importation into the UK, and with 10 informants of Her Majesty's Customs and Excise, with appropriate safeguards.(1) Objectives included...