Courts, sentencing and attitudes to justice

 

Effective participation or passive acceptance: How can defendants participate more effectively in the court process?

 

Judged by peers? The diversity of lay magistrates in England and Wales

  • Author(s) Gibbs, P. and Kirby, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationHoward League 'What is Justice?' Working Paper
  • DownloadsHLWP_6_2014.pdf
     
 

Independent Parliamentarians’ Inquiry into the Operation and Effectiveness of the Youth Court

  • Author(s) Chaired by Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC; report prepared and drafted by Ali Wigzell
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationNational Children's Bureau
  • DownloadsYOUTH COURT REPORT - final version DK.pdf
     
 

Supporting fair and respectful treatment of witnesses

  • Author(s) Jacobson, J., Hunter, G. and Kirby, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationICPR
  • Misc infoAlso published on The Advocate's Gateway website: http://www.theadvocatesgateway.org/resources
  • Downloadsicpr_witnesses.pdf
     
 

Supporting the effective participation of defendants in court proceedings

  • Author(s) Jacobson, J., Hunter, G. and Kirby, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationICPR
  • Misc infoAlso published on The Advocate's Gateway website: http://www.theadvocatesgateway.org/resources
  • Downloadsicpr_defendants.pdf
     
 

The Death Penalty in Japan

  • Author(s) Sato, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationSpringer VS
 

Inside the Crown Court

  • Author(s) Jacobson, J., Hunter, G. and Kirby, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2014
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationBirkbeck, University of London
  • Misc infoBBK Review 2013; Issue 32: 40-41.
  • Downloadscrown_court.pdf
     
 

Compliance and Legal Authority

  • Author(s) Jackson, J., Tyler, T.R., Hough, M., Bradford, B. and Mentovich, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationOxford
  • Publisher/PublicationJ. D. Wrights (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of the Social and behavioural Sciences (2nd edition) Oxford: Elsevier
 

By mistakes we learn? A review of criminal appeals against sentence

 

Police futures and legitimacy: redefining ‘good policing’

  • Author(s) Bradford, J., Jackson, J. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationBrown, J.M. (ed.) The future of policing. London: Routledge
 

The drivers of police legitimacy: some European research

  • Author(s) Hough, M., Jackson, J. and Bradford, B.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationUK
  • Publisher/PublicationJournal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-terrorism
 

Legitimacy, trust and compliance: an empirical test of procedural justice theory using the European Social Survey

  • Author(s) Hough, M., Jackson, J. and Bradford, B.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationOxford
  • Publisher/PublicationTankebe, J. and Liebling, A., (eds.) Legitimacy and criminal justice: an international exploration. Oxford: Oxford University Press
 

D4.3 Report on an empirical assessment of fear of crime & punitive sentiment across Europe

  • Author(s) Sato, M. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationOnline
  • Publisher/PublicationFiducia Project Report
  • Misc infoin S. Maffei and L. Markopoulou (eds.) FP7 Research Project for New European Crimes and Trust-Based Policy, Vol 1: 179-200
  • DownloadsFiduciaVol1_Nov18.pdf
     
 

De qué depende la legitimidad de la policía? Resultados de una investigación Europea

 

Out of the shadows: Victims' and witnesses' experiences of the Crown Court