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Friday, November 13, 2009

Hodgson on Pre-Trial Procedure in England and Wales

Hodgson jackie Jacqueline Hodgson  (University of Warwick - School of Law) has posted Recent Reforms in Pre-Trial Procedure in England and Wales on SSRN. Here is the abstract:

In this paper, focusing on the investigation and prosecution of crime, I would like to outline some of the recent changes and trends within criminal justice in England and Wales, and by way of comparison, to mention how some of these issues are developing in a very different European jurisdiction, that of France. There are two principal themes to my talk: the changing role of the prosecutor and of the defence lawyer in pre-trial investigations. These current developments exemplify not so much best practice, but rather areas of tension to be addressed in ensuring that the integrity of the criminal process and its values are not undermined by efficiency and political policy driven reform.

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