In this reference, the authors analyze the first major research into the prosecution process since the reforms of the 1980s. The text is suitable for anyone practicing or studying criminal justice or law.
"The Case for the Prosecution" examines British criminal justice. It describes the findings of the first major research into prosecution decision making since the 1984 Police and Criminal Evidence Act. Under the new system, the Crown Prosecution Service was created. It claimed to be open and fair, and to enhance the suspects' rights. The authors claim that the reality is very different. The entire prosecution process is examined in this text.
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Criminal justice in England and Wales; constructing the suspect population; in the police station; building the case - interrogation; building the case - police records and non-interrogation evidence; grading and sorting the suspect population; reviewing the case for the prosecution; acquittals and convictions; understanding the criminal justice process; the problems of law reform.
Case For The Prosecution by Roger Leng
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