Criminal Justice (5ed)
Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice brings together fresh research findings, policy initiatives and relevant legislation to provide a comprehensive overview and critique of the criminal justice system in England and Wales. The authors trace the procedures surrounding the apprehension, investigation and trial of suspected offenders and consider the breadth of research in the field to give a fascinating blend of legal and socio-legal analysis which is authoritative, insightful and thought-provoking.
The new edition has been fully updated with recent developments in research, policy, and law.
- 1. The aims and values of 'criminal justice'
- 2. Stop and search
- 3. Arrest
- 4. Detention in the police station
- 5. Police questioning of suspects
- 6. Non-interrogatory evidence
- 7. Prosecutions
- 8. The mass production of guilty pleas
- 9. Summary justice in the Magistrates' courts
- 10. Trial by judge and jury
- 11. Appeals against conviction
- 12. Regulating the criminal justice system
- 13. Victims, the accused and the future of criminal justice
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Author(s)||Sanders, A and Young, R|