Criminal Justice in Europe: A Comparative Study

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Index
Abu Daoud90
accountability:
and the State 44-6
see also discretion
Ackner, Lord286 n.
ACPO, see Association of chief police officers
admissibility of confession evidence 173-4
adversarial, see inquisitorial and adversarial
Advisory Board on Restricted Patients 185
Advisory Committee on Alternative Sanctions15, 19
Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs ( 1979) 153 & n.
AIDS 20, 157, 166, 168
Alkema, E. A.325 n.
Alldridge, P.ix, xviii, 174, 227-49, 265-82
Allen, R.211 n.
Alschuler, A. W.321 n.
Andenaes, J.321 n.
Anderson, T.278 n.
anonymity 292-6
Antilla, I.321 n.
appeal 25 n.
Committee 344, 346, 347
see also Court of Appeal; Criminal Appeal Act
Ashworth, A.128 n., 132 n., 206 & n., 231 n., 315 & n., 333 n., 335 n., 338 n.
Ashworth, P.357 n.
Association of chief police officers
( ACPO) 160, 169
Australia27 & n., 168
Austria366, 374, 375, 376
Avebury, Lord368 n., 374
aviation safety 89-90
Aye Maung, N.21 n.
Baan 1
Baauw, P. ix, xviii, 251-64
Baldwin, J.147 n., 230 n.
Ball, C.212 n., 213 n., 224 n.
Barclay 313 n.
Barneveld, P. D.176 n.
Beccaria 2, 324 n.
Beeling, H. W. R.328 n.
Beginselenwet Gevangeniswezen, see Principles Act for the Prison System
Beijing Rules 223, 224
Belgium109, 137 n.
Benelux countries 95, 97, 281, 366, 369
Bennett, T.139 n., 205 n., 317 n.
Benyon, J.96 n.
Berghuis, A. C.228 n., 324 n.
Bergsma, R. L.228 n.
Berkhout-van Poelgeest, A. M.257 n., 261 n.
Bernhardt, Judge193 n.
Best, K.366 n.
Bevan, V.173 n., 231 n.
Beyer, A. ix, xix, 283-300
Biggs, R.27
Biles, D.27 n.
Bill to Revise Juvenile Criminal Law 215, 217, 218, 225
Bingham, T.60 n.
Birch, D.306 n.
Birmingham Pub Bombings ( 1974) 38
Birmingham Six 71 n., 248 n., 252 n.
Blad, J. R.129 n.
Blake, G.27
Blankenburg, E.6 n., 7 n.
Biota-Cooper, L.25 n. body samples 273-8
Bol, M. W.292 n.
Bonner, D.39 n.
Booth, T.208 n.
BOPZ (Psychiatric Hospital Formal Admissions Act) 179 n.
Bosman, J. J.328 n.
Bot, P. L.165 n.
Bottomley, A.208 n.
Bottomley, K.172 n., 232 n.
Bottoms, A.206 & n.
Bradley, A. W.82 n.
Brake, M.35 n.
Brants, C. H.ix, xvii, xviii, 41-56, 127-48, 214, 237 n., 243 n., 247 n.
Brants, K. L. K.144 n.
Brearley, N.231 n.
Brett, P.266 n.
Bridge, J. W.107 n.
Bridge, Lord354
Bridges, L.232 n., 233 n.
British Crime Survey 21
Broadcasting Act 62 n.
Brown, A.141 n.
Brown, P.206 n.
Browne-Wilkinson, N.60 n.
Bruins, J. ix, xviii, 199-226

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