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Criminal Justice Processes, 2021/22, Semester 1, 2
Anna Barker
A.C.H.Barker@leeds.ac.uk
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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  

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

Padfield, N. 2015. Text and Materials on the Criminal Justice Process. Fifth Edition. Routledge.  

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. London: Butterworths.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (AJ 26/08/2021) 

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Seminar One: Introduction to the Criminal Justice Process

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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 
 
 
 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1.    

Additional Supplementary Readings

Bean, P. 2020. Criminal Justice and Privatisation: Key Issues and Debates. London: Routledge.  

Bean, P. 2019. Probation and Privatisation. London: Routledge.  

James, A. and Raine, J. 1998. The New Politics of Criminal Justice. London: Longman.   

Joyce, P. 2017. Criminal Justice (3rd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter three.  

Garland, D. 2001. The Culture of Control. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/643001/lammy-review-final-report.pdf

Ludlow, A. 2017. ‘Marketizating Criminal Justice’. In: A. Liebling, S. Maruna and L McAra (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McLaughlin, E., Muncie, J. and Hughes, G. 2001. ‘The permanent revolution: New Labour, New Public Management and the modernization of criminal justice’. Criminal Justice: The International Journal of Policy and Practice, 1(3), pp.301-18.

Philips. 1981. The Report of the Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure. Cmnd 8092. London: HMSO.

Poyser, S., Nurse, A. and Milne, R. 2018. Miscarriages of Justice, Bristol: Policy Press. Chapter two    

Runciman, V. 1993. The Report of the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice. Cmnd 2263. HMSO: London.

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Seminar Two: Theorising the Criminal Justice 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)   

Packer, H. 1968. The limits of the criminal sanction. Stanford: Stanford University Press. (Chapter 8: Two Models of the Criminal Process) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021) 

Poyser, S., Nurse, A. and Milne, R. 2018. Miscarriages of Justice, Bristol: Policy Press. Chapter Two.    

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 
 
 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019) 

Sanders, A., Young, R. and Burton, M. 2010. Criminal Justice. 4th Edition. London: Butterworths. pp. 47-59   

Sanders, A. 2010. ‘Reconciling the apparently different goals of criminal justice and regulation’. In: H. Quirk, Seddon, T. and Smith, G. Regulation and Criminal Justice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.   

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

Sanders, A. 2019. The CPS, Policy-Making and Assisted Dying: Towards a 'Freedom' Approach'. In: Child JJ & Duff RA (eds.) Criminal Law Reform Now: Proposals & Critiques. London: Hart Publishing, pp. 155-163. https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/uk/criminal-law-reform-now-9781509916771/    

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1.    

Additional Supplementary Readings – Adversarial and Inquisitorial

Adler, F. and Laufer, W. 1999. The Criminology of Criminal Justice. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Ambok, K. 2003. ‘International criminal procedure: adversarial, inquisitorial, or mixed? International Criminal Law Review, 3(1), pp.1-37.

Burton, M., Evans. And Sanders, A. 2007. ‘Vulnerable and intimidated witnesses and the adversarial process in England and Wales’, International Journal of Evidence and Proof, 11(1), pp.1-23.

Ellison, L. 2002. The Adversarial Process and the Vulnerable Witness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jackson, J. 2002. ‘The adversarial trial and trial by judge alone’. In M. McConville and G. Wilson (eds) The Handbook of Criminal Justice Process. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp335-51. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021) 

Lichfield, J. 2002. ‘Why the French are Growing Envious of Britain’s Justice System’. The Independent, 15 March. Available at: https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/commentators/john-lichfield-why-the-french-are-growing-envious-of-britain-s-justice-system-654087.html

McEwan, J. 2011. ‘From adversarialism to managerialism: criminal justice in transition’, Legal Studies, 31(4), pp.519–546.

Owusu- Bempah, A. 2016. Defendant participation in the criminal process. London: Routledge.

Pakes, F.J. 2010. Comparative Criminal Justice. 2nd edition. Devon: Willan.

Spencer, J.R. 2016. ‘Adversarial vs inquisitorial systems: is there still such a difference?’. The International Journal of Human Rights. 20(5), pp.601-616

van Koppen, P.J. and Penrod, S.D. 2003. Adversarial Versus Inquisitorial Justice: Psychological Perspectives on Criminal Justice Systems: 17. Springer.

Vogler, R. 1996. ‘Criminal Procedure in France’. In J. Hatchard, B. Huber and R. Vogler (eds) Comparative Criminal Procedure. London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, pp.14-95.  

Walker, C. and Starmer, K. 1999. Miscarriages of Justice: A Review of Justice in Error. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Additional Supplementary Readings – Models of Criminal Justice

Bottoms, A.E. and McClean, J.D. 1976. Defendants in the Criminal Process. London: Routledge, pp.228

Choongh, S. 1998. ‘Policing the Dross: A Social Disciplinary Model of Policing’, British Journal of Criminology, 38(4), pp.623.

Christie, N. 1993. Crime Control as Industry. London: Routledge.

Garland, D. 1996. ‘The Limits of the Sovereign State: Strategies of Crime Control in Contemporary Society’. British Journal of Criminology, 36(4), pp. 445-71.

Garside, R. 2007. What should be the goals of the criminal justice system? Available from: https://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/resources/what-should-be-goals-criminal-justice-system

Hudson, B. 1996. Understanding Justice. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Jones, R. ‘Populist leniency, crime control and due process’. Theoretical Criminology, 14(3), pp.331–347.

King, M. 1981. The Framework of Criminal Justice. London: Croom Helm. pp.13 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021) 

Macdonald, S. 2008. ‘Constructing a Framework for Criminal Justice Research: Learning from Packer's Mistakes’. New criminal law review, 11(2), pp.257-311  

McBarnet, D. 1981. Conviction: Law, the State and the Construction of Justice  

McConville, M. and Baldwin, J. 1981. Courts, Prosecution and Conviction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.   

Mcconville, M., Sanders, A. and Leng, R. 1991. The Case for the Prosecution. London: Roudedge.  

Packer, H. 1964. ‘Two models of the criminal process’. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 113, pp.1-68.  

Packer, H. 1968. The Limits of the Criminal Sanction. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Part II, Chapters 8-12.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021) 

Roach, K. 1999. ‘Four Models of the Criminal Process’, Criminology, 89(2), pp.671-716.

Sanders, A. 2010. ‘Reconciling the apparently different goals of criminal justice and regulation’. In: H. Quirk, Seddon, T. and Smith, G. Regulation and Criminal Justice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.   

Smith, D. 1997. ‘Case Construction and the Goals of Criminal Process’. British Journal of Criminology, 37(3), pp. 319–346.

Sung, H. 2006. ‘Democracy and Criminal Justice in Cross-National Perspective: From Crime Control to Due Process’. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, pp. 311-337.

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Seminar Three: Policing and the Criminal Justice Process

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. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (chg 20/08/2020)    

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) 

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 4.   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

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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
 
 
  

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  

Newman, D & Welsh, L. 2019. ‘The practices of modern criminal defence lawyers: alienation and its implications for access to justice’ Common Law World Review 48, 64-89

Thornton, J. 2019. ‘The Way in Which Fee Reductions Influence Legal Aid Criminal Defence Lawyer Work: Insights from a Qualitative Study’ Journal of Law and Society 46(4), 559-585

Additional Supplementary Readings

The Crown Prosecution Service

Ashworth, A. (1998) ‘Review of the Crown Prosecution Service’, Criminal Law Review, August: 517-520.

Ashworth, A. (2000) Developments in the Public Prosecutor’s Office in England and Wales’, European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 8(3): 257-282.

Baldwin, J and Hunt, A. (1998) ‘Prosecutors Advising at Police Stations’, Criminal Law Review, August: 521-536.

Brownlee, I. (2003) ‘The Statutory Charging Scheme in England and Wales: towards a unified prosecution system’, Criminal Law Review, Nov: 896-907.

Crisp, D. and Moxon, D. (1994) Case Screening by the Crown Prosecution Service: How and Why Cases are Terminated, London: HMSO.

Crown Prosecution Service (2018) The Code for Crown Prosecutors, London: CPS. (Also available on the CPS web-site)

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

Glidewell, LJ (1998) The Review of the Crown Prosecution Service (Cmnd. 3960), London: Home Office.

Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (2008) Discontinuance, Executive Summary, London, HMCPSI.

HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (2008) Inspection of CPS Direct, Executive Summary, London, HMCPSI at http://www.hmcpsi.gov.uk/index.php?id=30&sub=1  

HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (2008) Joint Thematic Review of the New Charging Arrangements, London, HMCPSI and HMIC at http://www.hmcpsi.gov.uk/index.php?id=30&sub=1  

HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (2015) Joint Inspection on the Provision of Charging Decisions https://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmicfrs/wp-content/uploads/joint-inspection-of-the-provision-of-charging-decisions.pdf

HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, Making It Fair, A Joint Inspection of the Disclosure of Unused Material in Volume Crown Court Cases (2017). https://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/cjji/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2017/07/CJJI_DSC_thm_July17_rpt.pdf

Jeremy, J. (2008) ‘The prosecution rock and hard place’, Criminal Law Review: 925-936.

Mackie, A, Burrows, J and Tarling, R. (1999) ‘Preparing the Prosecution Case’, Criminal Law Review: 460-469.

McConville, M., Sanders, A. and Leng, R. (1991) The Case for the Prosecution, London: Routledge.  

Quirk, ‘The Significance of Culture in Criminal Procedure Reform: why the revised disclosure scheme cannot work’ (2006) 10 International Journal of Evidence and Proof, 42. 

Sanders, A., Young, R. & Burton, M. (2010) Criminal Justice (OUP)

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 7.

Defence Lawyers /pre-trial legal advice

Baldwin, J. (1993) The Role of Legal Representatives at the Police Station, RCCJ Res. Stud. No. 3, London: HMSO.

Baldwin, J. and Moloney, T. (1992) ‘The Conduct of Police Investigations: Records of Interview, the Defence Lawyer’s Role and Standards of Supervision’, Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, Research Study Nos, 2,3 and 4, London: HMSO.

Bridges, L (1994) 'The Royal Commission's Approach to Criminal Defence Services: a Case of Professional Incompetence', in M. McConville and L. Bridges (eds) Criminal Justice in Crisis, Aldershot: Edward Elgar.

Bridges, L. and Hodgson, J. (1995) 'Improving Custodial Legal Advice', Criminal Law Review, 103.

Bridges, L. et al (2007) Evaluation of the Public Defence Service in England and Wales, London: Legal Services Commission, available at: http://www.legalservices.gov.uk/docs/pds/Public_Defenders_Report_PDFVersion6.pdf

Cape, E. (2002) ‘Assisting and Advising Defendants Before Trial’ in M. McConville and G. Wilson (eds) The Handbook of the Criminal Justice Process, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dehaghani, R. and Newman, D. (2017) “We’re vulnerable too”: an (alternative) analysis of vulnerability within English criminal legal aid and police custody. Oñati Socio-legal Series [online], 7 (6), 1199-1228. Available from: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3056198

Kemp, V. (2013) ‘No time for a solicitor’ implications for delays on the take up of legal advice’, Criminal Law Review, 3.

Kemp, V and Balmer, N. (2008) Criminal Defence Services: User’s Perspectives, Research Paper No. 21, London: Legal Services Research Centre.

Kemp, V (2010) Transforming Legal Aid: Access to Criminal Defence Services (Legal Services Research Centre) 

Sir David Lammy,The Lammy Review, An Independent Review into the Treatment of, and Outcome for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Individuals in the Criminal Justice System (2017) https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/lammy-review

McConville, M. et al (1994) Standing Accused, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Ministry of Justice (2010) Proposals for the Reform of Legal Aid in England and Wales: Consultation Paper CP12/10. London: MOJ.

Pattenden, R. and Skinns, L. (2010) ‘Choice, privacy and publicly-funded legal advice at police station’, Modern Law Review, 73(3): 349-370.

Pleasence, P, Kemp, V., and Balmer, N. (2011) ‘The Justice Lottery: police station advice 25 years on from PACE’, Criminal Law Review: 3-18.

Sanders, A., Young, R. & Burton, M. (2010) Criminal Justice (OUP)

Skinns, L. (2009) ‘I’m a detainee get me out of here’, Predictors of access to custodial legal advice in public and privatised police custody areas’, British Journal of Criminology, 49(3): 399-417.

Skinns, L. (2011) ‘The right to legal advice in the police station: past, present and future’ Criminal Law Review 19-39

Smith, T. (2013) ‘The “quiet revolution” in criminal defence: how the zealous advocate slipped into the shadow’ International Journal of the Legal Profession 20(1): 111-137

Thornton, J. (2019) ‘The way in which fee reductions influence legal aid criminal defence lawyer work: insights from a qualitative study’ Journal of Law & Society

Welsh, L. (2017) ‘The effects of changes to legal aid on lawyers’ professional identity and behaviour in summary criminal cases: a case study’ Journal of Law & Society (vol 44) 559-585

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Seminar Five: Criminal Courts and the Criminal Trial Process

Campbell, L., Ashworth, A. and Redmayne, M. 2019. The Criminal Process. 5th Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter Eleven, especially pp268-290 (Disclosure), pp290-292 (Abuse of process) pp345-360, 380-382 (The trial), pp383-407, 424-425 (Appeals).   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 30/08/2019)   

Brown, D., “Criminal Justice in an Age of Austerity: the London Bridge Killings” 45(4) The Alternative Law Journal 2020 pp238-246

Joyce, P. “Criminal Justice: An Introduction” (London: Routledge 2017) pp 255-264 (on Trial By Jury) and pp 613-624 (on Austerity) 

Kirby, A. “Effectively engaging victims, witnesses and defendants in the criminal courts: a question of ‘court culture’?” [2017] Criminal Law Review pp 949-968

Kirby, A. “Conceptualising Participation: Practitioner Accounts” in J. Jacobson and P. Cooper (eds) Participation in Courts and Tribunals: Concepts, Realities and Aspirations (Bristol, Bristol University Press, 2020), pp65-102 

McConville, M., and Marsh, L., “The COVID blame game” 170(7906) New Law Journal 2020, p7 

Owusu-Bempah, A. “Understanding the barriers to defendant participation in criminal proceedings in England and Wales” (2020) 40(4) Legal Studies, 609-629.

Redmayne, M. “Theorizing the Criminal Trial” (2009) 12 New Criminal Law Review 287

Spencer, JR “Does Our Present Criminal Appeals System Make Sense?” [2006] Criminal Law Review 677

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapters 8 & 9.

Wong, K., et al “Justice Reinvestment in an ‘Age of Austerity’: Developments in the United Kingdom” 9 Victims and Offenders 2014 pp76-99

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Seminar Six: Criminal Trial Processes: The English Jury 

The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Auld, Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales – Report (The Stationery Office 2001) pp135-225 (section on juries) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021) 

C. Thomas, Are Juries Fair? (London: Ministry of Justice 2010) http://www.ohrn.nhs.uk/resource/policy/arejuriesfair.

C. Thomas, ‘The 21st century jury: contempt, bias and the impact of jury service’ 11 Criminal Law Review (2020) 987-1011.

P. Darbyshire, “The Lamp That Shows That Freedom Lives—Is It Worth the Candle?” Criminal Law Review, (1991) 740.  

P. Darbyshire, “Jury reform in England and Wales - unfinished business” in The Third International Conference on Empirical Studies of Judicial Systems: Citizen Participation Around the World; 5-6 Sep 2014, Taipei, Taiwan. (Unpublished) https://eprints.kingston.ac.uk/id/eprint/33455/3/Darbyshire-P-33455.pdf  

F. Pakes, Comparative Criminal Justice (London, Routledge 4th edition 2019) Chapter 1 ‘Comparative Criminal Justice: Better Knowledge, Better Justice?’ (pp1-13), Chapter 7 ‘The day in court’ (pp113-133) and Chapter 8 ’Peers or patriarchs: Criminal justice actors’ (pp134-154)    

T. Adkin “How will restricting jury trial and reducing jury numbers affect the delivery of justice?” Bar Council Guest Blog 10 July 2020  

Sokratis Dinos and others “A Systematic Review of Juries’ Assessment of Rape Victims: Do Rape Myths Impact on Juror Decision-Making?” (2015) 43 International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 36  

Attorney General’s Office, ‘The Impact of Social Media on Criminal Trials: Call for Evidence’ 15 September 2017 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-impact-of-social-media-on-the-administration-of-justice

BBC, ‘Social Media Users Warned Over Court Case Comments’, 4 December 2013 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-25210867 

Brooks, Thom. "The right to trial by jury." Journal of Applied Philosophy 21.2 (2004): 197-212.

Garden Court Chambers ‘In Defence of Trial by Jury’: https://www.gardencourtchambers.co.uk/news/covid-19-in-defence-of-trial-by-jury

Jenkins, S., ‘Juries? It’s Time They Went the Way of the Ducking Stool’ The Guardian, 21 February 2013 https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/feb/21/juries-time-ducking-stool 

Joyce, P. (2017)“Criminal Justice: An Introduction” London: Routledge, chapter 6. Pages 300-307

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 4. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/643001/lammy-review-final-report.pdf 

Payter, A., 6KBW 30 June 2020: https://blog.6kbw.com/posts/the-end-of-the-jury-trial-as-we-know-it 

Roberts, J. and Hough, M., ‘Public Opinion and the jury: an International Literature Review’, Ministry of Justice Research Series 1/09 February 2009 

Welsh, L., Skinns, L. and Sanders, A. 2021. Sanders and Young's Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 9.

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Seminar Seven: Sentencing

Ashworth , A. 2015 Sentencing and Criminal Justice. 6th edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.(Chapter 1).   Available an Online Course Reading OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 21/01/2021)   

Ashworth, Andrew, (2015) Chapter 7. FROM: Ashworth, Andrew, Sentencing and criminal justice. pp.250-271. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [22] | 9781107652019 | https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=87069a03-ad76-eb11-9889-28187852b63b

Pina-Sánchez, J., Gosling, J.P., Chung, H-I., Bourgeois, E., Geneletti, S., Marder, I.D. 2019. ‘Have The England and Wales Guidelines Affected Sentencing Severity? An Empirical Analysis Using a Scale of Severity and Time-Series Analyses’. British Journal of Criminology, 59(4), pp.979-1001.

Marder, I.D. and Pina-Sánchez, J. 2018. ‘Nudge the judge? Theorizing the interaction between heuristics, sentencing guidelines and sentence clustering’. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 20(4), pp.399-415.

Additional Supplementary Readings

Allen, R. 2016. 'The Sentencing Council for England and Wales: Brake or Accelerator on the
use of prison?', Transform Justice, available online at https://www.transformjustice.org.uk/wpcontent/
uploads/2016/12/TJ-DEC-8.12.16-1.pdf
 

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

Allen, R (2016) “The Sentencing Council for England and Wales: Brake or Accelerator on the use of prison?”, Transform Justice, available online at https://www.transformjustice.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/TJDEC-8.12.16-1.pdf  

Ashworth, A. (2015) Sentencing and Criminal Justice, Sixth Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: Chapter 1, An Introduction to English Sentencing, Chapter 7. Equality before the Law, pp: 250-271.

Kuhn, A and Willi-Jayat, A. (2005) Doing Time and Marking Time 25 Years Later: A Swiss Confirmation of a British Hypothesis. The Howard Journal Vol 44 No 2. May 2005 ISSN 0265-5527, pp. 167–171.

Lammy, D. (2017). The Lammy Review: Final Report. HM Gov. Available online at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/lammy-reviewfinal-report  

Lammy, D. (2020) Tackling Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System. HM Gov. Available online at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/tackling-racial-disparity-in-the-criminal-justice-system-2020.

Marder, ID and Pina-Sánchez, J. (2018) Nudge the judge? Theorizing the interaction between heuristics, sentencing guidelines and sentence clustering. Criminology & criminal justice, 2020-09, Vol.20 (4), p.399-415.

Pina-Sánchez, J, Brunton-Smith, I and Guangquan, L (2020) Mind the step: A more insightful and robust analysis of the sentencing process in England and Wales under the new sentencing guidelines. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 20 (3). pp. 268-301. 

Pina-Sánchez, J, Gosling, JP, Chung, H-I, Bourgeois, E, Geneletti, S, Marder, ID. (2019) Have The England and Wales Guidelines Affected Sentencing Severity? An Empirical Analysis Using a Scale of Severity and
Time-Series Analyses. British journal of criminology, 2019-07, Vol.59 (4), p.979-1001. 

Pina Sanchez, J and Harris, L (2020) Sentencing gender? Investigating the presence of gender disparities in Crown Court sentences. Criminal Law Review, 2020 (1). pp. 3-28.

Pina-Sánchez, J., Roberts, J.V., and Sferopoulos, D. (2019) “Does the Crown Court Discriminate Against Muslim-Named Offenders? A Novel Investigation Based on Text Mining Techniques” British Journal of Criminology, (2019) 59, 718–736

Roberts , J.V. and Ashworth, A. (2016), “The Evolution of Sentencing Policy and Practice in England and Wales, 2003-2015”, Crime and Justice, 45:307-58.

Roberts, JV and Bradford, B (2015) Sentence Reductions for a Guilty Plea in England and Wales: Exploring New Empirical Trends. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Volume 12, Issue 2, 187–210.

The Sentencing Council (2020) Sentencing Guidelines: Overarching Principles . Available online at: https://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/overarching-guides/magistrates-court/item/general-guidelineoverarching-principles/  

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Seminar Eight: Probation Services

HMI Probation (2021) A Thematic Review of Work to Prepare for the Unification of Probation ServicesManchester: HMI Probation. 

Raynor, P. 2020. 'Probation for Profit: Neoliberalism, Magical Thinking and Evidence Refusal.' In P. Bean (ed) Criminal Justice and Privatisation: Key Issues and Debates, 1st Edition, Routledge, 2020.   

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)   

Senior, P., Ward, D., Burke, L., Knight, C., Teague, M., Chapman, T., Dominey, J., Philips, J., Worrall, A. and Goodman, A. (2016) The essence of probation. British Journal of Community Justice, 14(1): 9-27 The Essence of Probation - BJCJ (mmuperu.co.uk)

Tidmarsh, M. (2020) The probation service in England and Wales: A decade of radical change or more of the same? European Journal of Probation, 12(2): 129-146.  

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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: Assessment Advice and Module Review

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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.

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.

Langbein. J.H. 2003. The Origins of Adversary Criminal Trial. 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.

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.

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

This list was last updated on 27/09/2021