A highly personal criticism of the British legal system, its courts, its judges and its procedures. It takes women as the key example, showing how they have been adversely affected by images of women held by both lawyers and jurors. The author created the award-winning TV series, "Blind Justice".
Written by leading international experts on terrorist psychology, this volume offers a balanced, expert, and accessible account of the psychology of terrorists and terrorism. In providing a holistic account of the phenomenon, major topics include terrorists as individuals and as groups, the impact of terrorism, and how to respond to terrorism.
Designed to help non-native English speakers improve their knowledge and understanding of core legal terminology, this workbook includes crosswords, puzzles and word games to test English vocabulary. Combining self-study exercises and practical speaking activities, it is useful for both home and class-based study.
The 5th edition continues to provide a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the Criminal Justice system. Fully up to date, it combines a description of the major agencies involved in the control of crime and the pursuit of justice with an introduction to criminal justice theory and key concepts in English criminal law.
This book provides a critical introduction to the intellectual reframing of the history, theory, policy and practice of youth justice and is an essential resource of key debates and controversies from across the range of disciplines engaged in the study of youth in the social sciences.