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Criminal Appeals 1907-2007

Issues and perspectives

Edited by Chris Corns and Gregor Urbas

CONTENTS

The essays in this volume explore a range of issues relating to the work of contemporary courts of criminal appeal in Australia and elsewhere.

Criminal Appeals 1907-2007 is a special issue (Volume 26 No 1) of the journal Law in Context

You can purchase a single copy of this issue through this page, or subscribe to the journal from the journal page.


CONTENTS

Introduction
     Chris Corns and Gregor Urbas
The First Decade of the Victorian Court of Appeal
     The Hon Stephen Charles QC
Courts of Appeal and Sentencing: Principles, Policies and Politics
     Arie Freiberg and Peter Sallmann
Prosecution Appeals in New South Wales: New Rights, Roles and Challenges for the Court of Criminal Appeal and the DPP
     Nicholas Cowdery AM QC
The Criminal Proviso: A Case for Reform?
     Stephen J Odgers SC
The Hong Kong Multinational Judge in Criminal Appeals
     Simon N M Young

   

Published 8 August 2008
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/156pp
ISBN 9781862877047
Australian RRP $49.95
International Price $45.00
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