Sentencing and Criminal Justice

Now in its sixth edition, Sentencing and Criminal Justice has been extensively rewritten to reflect recent legislation, guidelines and judicial decisions. New material includes comparative sentencing research, which looks at models from other countries in comparison with the approach in England and Wales, and an additional chapter focusing on civil preventive orders and other ancillary orders. Les mer
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Now in its sixth edition, Sentencing and Criminal Justice has been extensively rewritten to reflect recent legislation, guidelines and judicial decisions. New material includes comparative sentencing research, which looks at models from other countries in comparison with the approach in England and Wales, and an additional chapter focusing on civil preventive orders and other ancillary orders. Written with clarity of expression coupled with critical analysis, this textbook offers an unrivalled combination of expertise, accessibility and coverage. This is the essential text for anyone interested in criminal justice.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. An introduction to English sentencing; 2. Sentencing and the constitution; 3. Sentencing aims, principles and policies; 4. Elements of proportionality; 5. Aggravation and mitigation; 6. Persistence, prevention and prediction; 7. Equality before the law; 8. Multiple offenders; 9. Custodial sentencing; 10. Non-custodial sentencing; 11. Ancillary orders and civil preventive orders; 12. Special sentencing powers; 13. Procedural issues at sentencing; 14. Sentencing, guidelines and the punitive state; Appendices.

Om forfatteren

The leading textbook on sentencing, and the only one to integrate theory and empirical research with legislation, guidelines and case law.Andrew Ashworth is Vinerian Professor of English Law Emeritus, University of Oxford, and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He was a member of the Sentencing Advisory Panel for eleven years and Chairman from 2007 to 2010.