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Indeterminate Sentencing: Synthesising public protection, rehabilitation and human rights obligations
(Lawtext Publishing, 2014)
England and Wales, like many comparable jurisdictions, has relied increasingly upon measures designed to protect the public from offenders perceived to pose a danger. Incapacitative sentencing is inherently problematic as ...
Blamestorming, Blamemongers and Scapegoats: Allocating blame in the criminal justice process
(Policy Press, 2015)
We live in a society that is increasingly preoccupied with allocating blame: when something goes wrong someone must be to blame. Bringing together philosophical, psychological and sociological accounts of blame, this is ...
Intoxicated mistakes about the need for self-defence
(Modern Law Review, 2007-01-01)
Reviewing a Parole Board Decision to Release
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-04-23)
This note examines the implications of the High Court challenge to the Parole Board decision to release the serial sex offender John Worboys (now known as John Radford). Three central issues emerged: (1) that the Parole ...
At the genesis of a research idea: defending and defining a duty prior to ethics review
(The Association of Research Ethics Committees (AREC), 2008)
The Court of Appeal and "guideline" judgments.
(Queens University Belfast School of Law, 1997)