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Criminal Law and Evidence

  1. The Right to Silence

    Principle, Pragmatism and Policy Making

    By Hannah Quirk

    Within an international context in which the right to silence has long been regarded as sacrosanct, this book provides the first comprehensive, empirically-based analysis of the effects of curtailing the right to silence. The right to silence has served as the practical expression of the...

    To Be Published March 15th 2015 by Routledge

  2. Escape Routes: Contemporary Perspectives on Life after Punishment

    Edited by Stephen Farrall, Richard Sparks, Shadd Maruna, Mike Hough

    Escape Routes: Contemporary Perspectives on Life After Punishment addresses the reasons why people stop offending, and the processes by which they are rehabilitated or resettled back into the community. Engaging with, and building upon, renewed criminological interest in this area, Escape Routes...

    Published December 16th 2010 by Routledge-Cavendish

  3. Rethinking Rape Law

    International and Comparative Perspectives

    Edited by Clare McGlynn, Vanessa E. Munro

    Rethinking Rape Law provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of contemporary rape laws, across a range of jurisdictions. In a context in which there has been considerable legal reform of sexual offences, Rethinking Rape Law engages with developments spanning national, regional and...

    Published April 18th 2010 by Routledge-Cavendish

  4. Intimacy and Responsibility

    The Criminalisation of HIV Transmission

    By Matthew Weait

    In what circumstances and on what basis, should those who transmit serious diseases to their sexual partners be criminalised? In this new book Matthew Weait uses English case law as the basis of a more general and critical analysis of the response of the criminal courts to those who have been...

    Published December 5th 2007 by Routledge-Cavendish

  5. Punishment and Madness

    Governing Prisoners with Mental Health Problems

    By Toby Seddon

    The focus of this book is on the government of prisoners with mental health problems in England and Wales over the last twenty-five years. The wider context and backdrop to the book is the shift to 'late modernity', which, since the 1970s has seen massive structural change in most Western societies...

    Published December 13th 2006 by Routledge-Cavendish

  6. Sentencing in the Age of Information

    From Faust to Macintosh

    By Katja Franko Aas

    How does the fact that we live in information societies reflect on the nature of penal discourse and practice? Applying media and communication studies to sentencing and penal culture, Kate Franko Aas offers a lucid and innovative account of how punishment is adjusting to a new cultural climate...

    Published February 25th 2005 by Routledge-Cavendish