Courts, sentencing and attitudes to justice

 

Remanded in Custody: An analysis of recent trends in England and Wales

  • Author(s) Player, E., Roberts, J., Jacobson, J.,  Hough, M. and Robottom, J.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2010
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationHoward Journal, 49(3): 231-251
 

Saibanin wa shikei hanketsu wo tekisetsu ni okonaeruka? Shikei ni taisuru taido to chishiki (Can lay-judges make decisions on death penalty cases? Public attitudes and knowledge)

  • Author(s) Sato, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2010
  • LocationJapan
  • Publisher/PublicationKikan Keiji Bengo (Quarterly Keiji Bengo) Vol. 62, pp. 121-125
 

A Sentencing Council for England and Wales

  • Author(s) Hough, M. and Jacobson, J.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2009
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationCriminal Justice Alliance
  • Misc infoin J. Collins and S. Siddiqui (eds.) Transforming Justice
  • Downloadstransformingjustice.pdf
     
 

Vulnerable defendants in the criminal courts: a review of provision for adults and children

  • Author(s) Jacobson, J. with Talbot, J.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2009
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationPrison Reform Trust
  • Misc infoA review of provision for adults and children
  • Downloadsvulnerable defendants.pdf
     
 

Public Attitudes to the Principles of Sentencing

 

Public opinion and the jury: an international literature review

  • Author(s) Roberts, J. V. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2009
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationMinistry of Justice Research Series 1/09
  • Misc infoAn interational literature review
  • DownloadsJuries MOJ report.pdf
     
 

Public Attitudes to Sentencing Purposes and Sentencing Factors: An Empirical Analysis

  • Author(s) Roberts, J. V., Hough, M.,  Jacobson, J. and Moon, N.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2009
  • Publisher/PublicationCriminal Law Review, 11: 772-782
 

Deliberative Survey on the Japanese Death Penalty System

  • Author(s) Sato, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2009
  • LocationTemple University Japan
  • Publisher/PublicationInstitute for Contemporary Asian Studies, Temple University
 

Does it matter? Reflections on the effectiveness of institutionalised public participation in the development of sentencing policy

  • Author(s) Allen, R. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2008
  • LocationCullompton
  • Publisher/PublicationWillan Publishing/Federation Press
  • Misc infoin (eds.) K. Gelb and A. Freiberg Penal Populism: Sentencing Councils and Sentencing Policy.
 

Creating a Sentencing Commission for England and Wales: an opportunity to address the prisons crisis

  • Author(s) Hough, M. and Jacobson, J.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2008
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationPrison Reform Trust
  • Misc infoAn opportunity to address the prison crisis
 

Towards more consistent and predicatable sentencing in England and Wales

  • Author(s) Jacobson, J., Roberts, J. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2008
  • LocationBristol
  • Publisher/PublicationPolicy Press
  • Misc infoIn M. Hough, R. Allen and E. Solomon (eds.) Tackling Prison Overcrowding
 

Attitudes to the sentencing of offences involving death by driving

 

Public attitudes to sentencing offences involving death by driving

  • Author(s) Roberts, J. V., Hough, M., Jacobson, J., Bredee, A. and Moon, N.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2008
  • LocationUK
  • Publisher/PublicationCriminal Law Review, 7: 525-538
 

Public opinion and the death penalty in Japan

  • Author(s) Sato, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2008
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationOccasional Papers Series, Vol 4. London: Centre for Capital Punishment Studies
 

Mitigation: the role of personal factors in sentencing