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LAW5010M
Module Reading List

Criminal Justice Processes, 2019/20, Semester 1
Dr Anna Barker
A.C.H.Barker@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Essential Reading

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. London: Butterworths.   

Joyce, P. 2017. Criminal justice : an introduction. London: Routledge.  

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Seminar One: Introduction

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter one.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Joyce, P. 2017. Criminal Justice (3rd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter three.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Sanders, A. 2012. ‘From Suspect to Trial’. In: M. Maguire (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, 5th Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 838-865.
 
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

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Seminar Two: Theorising the Criminal Process

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter Two.
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pages 47-59 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Pakes, F.J. 2010. Comparative Criminal Justice. 2nd Edition. Devon. Willan. Pages 86-96.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY  24/09/2019) 

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Seminar Three: Policing and the Criminal Process - Investigating Crime in Police Custody

Skinns, L. 2019. Police Powers and Citizens’ Rights Discretionary Decision-Making in Police Detention. Routledge. Chapter Two.
 
 
 

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 5.  

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter Four. 

   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Skinns, L. 2011. Police custody : governance, legitimacy and reform in the criminal justice process , London: Routledge. Chapter Five. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva
 
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

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Seminar Four: Prosecution and Defence

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter Seven.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Sanders, A. 2016. ‘The CPS 30 Years On’ Criminal Law Review 82-96
 
 
 

Dennis, I. 2018. ‘Prosecution disclosure: are the problems insoluble?’ Criminal Law Review 829-842
 
 
 

Newman, D. 2012. ‘Still standing accused: addressing the gap between work and talk in firms of criminal defence lawyers’ International Journal of the Legal Profession, 19(1), 3-37

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Seminar Five: Courts and Trial Processes

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter Eleven.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

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Seminar Six: Victims in the Criminal Process

Joyce, P. 2017. Criminal Justice. London: Routledge. Chapter 10 (Read pp. 476-481 and 497-514.)    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Edwards, I. 2004. ‘An Ambiguous Participant: The Crime Victim and Criminal Justice Decision-Making’. British Journal of Criminology. 44, pp.967-982.
 
 

Victim’s Commissioner. 2015. The Silenced Victim: A Review of the Victim Personal Statement, London: The Victim Commissioner’s Office. Available online
 
 

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Seminar Seven: Punishment and Sentencing

Ashworth, A. and Roberts, J. 2017. ‘Sentencing’. In: A. Liebling, S. Maruna and L. McAra, (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. 6th Edition. Oxford University Press: Oxford.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

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Seminar Eight: Probation Services: Managing Offenders in the Community 

Raynor, P. 2012. ‘Community Penalties, Probation and Offender Management.’ In M. Maguire et al (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, 5th Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

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Seminar Nine: Prisons and imprisonment

Joyce, P. 2017. Criminal Justice. London: Routledge, chapter 8, to page 393.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Lammy, D. 2017. The Lammy Review: An independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the Criminal Justice System. London: Ministry of Justice, Chapter Five. Available online
 
 

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Seminar Ten: Comparative Criminal Justice

Cavadino, M. and Dignan, J. 2006. Penal Systems: A comparative Approach. London Sage. Chapter One.
 
 

Nelken, D. 2017. ‘Rethinking Comparative Criminal Justice’ in Leibling, A. Maruna, S. and McAra, L. (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. 6th Edition. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Chapter Eighteen.
 
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

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General Reading

Cavadino, M., Dignan, J. and Mair, G. 2013. The Penal System: an introduction. 5th Edition. London: Sage. Chapter 2 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

Dingwall, G. and Hillier, T. 2016. Blamestorming, blamemongers and scapegoats : allocating blame in the criminal justice process ISBN: 9781447305019 (e-book). Bristol: Policy Press.

Ellis, R. and Savage, S.P. 2012. Debates in criminal justice : key themes and issues. Abingdon: Routledge.

Ellison, L. 2002. The adversarial process and the vulnerable witness ISBN: 0198299095 : £45.00. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gelsthorpe, L. and Padfield, N. 2003. Exercising discretion : decision making in the criminal justice system and beyond ISBN: 1903240999. Abingdon: Willan.

Hucklesby, A. and Wahidin, A. (eds) 2013. Criminal Justice. 2nd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp126-144 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

Hunter, J., Roberts, P., Young, S.N.M., and Dixon, D. 2016. The integrity of criminal process : from theory into practice ISBN: 9781782255710 (e-book). Oxford: Hart Publishing.

James, A. and Raine, J. 1998. The new politics of criminal justice. Harlow: Longman.

Langbein. J.H. 2003. The Origins of Adversary Criminal Trial. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Leibling, A., Maruna, S. and McAra, L. (eds) 2017. The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, 6th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R. (eds) 2012. The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, 5th Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McConville, M. and Wilson, G. 2002. The handbook of the criminal justice process. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McConville, M., Sanders, A. and Leng, R. 1991. The case for the prosecution. London: Routledge. Chapter 9 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

Morgan, R. 1996. ‘The Process is the Rule and the Punishment is the Process’. Modern law review.. 59: 306-314.

Nash, M. 2006. Public protection and the criminal justice process ISBN: 9780199289431; 0199289433. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Packer, H. 1968. The limits of the criminal sanction. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Padfield, N. and Bild, J. 2016. Text and Materials on the Criminal Justice Process. Abingdon: Routledge 

Reiner, R. 2007. Law and order : an honest citizen's guide to crime and control. Bristol: Polity Press.

Walker, C. and Starmer, K. 1999. Miscarriages of justice : a review of justice in error. London: Blackstone. Pp83-99 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

Zedner, L. 2004. Criminal Justice. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

 

This list was last updated on 24/09/2019