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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: "Due Process and Victims' Rights": The New Law and Politics of Criminal Justice critically examines dramatic changes in criminal Justice in the last two decades. The author traces increased concern by coups about the rights of those accused of crime and increased concern by legislatures about the rights of crime victims and groups such as women and children who are disproportionately subject to some crimes. Roach armies that these new concerns have transformed debates about criminal justice. He examines numerous new political cases in which due process and victims' rights have clashed and concludes that in most cases, victims' rights claims have ultimately prevailed. He concludes that the future of criminal justice will depend on whether victims' rights continue to develop in a punitive fashion or whether they inspire increased emphasis on crime prevention and restorative justice.This book is the first Fall-length study of the changing law and politics of criminal justice in the era of the Charter and victims' rights. It examines changing discourse in the courts, legislatures and the media, and the role of women, young people, various minorities, Aboriginal people and crime victims in criminal justice reform. It builds new models of criminal justice based on victims' rights as alternatives to Herbert Packer's famous due process and crime controls models of the criminal process. It also contributes to scholarship about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms by examining many of the most important Charter cases decided by the Supreme Court and their reception in the media and Parliament. It engages criminology literature about the growth of a risk society in which the risk ofcrime is more easily calculated and controlled and draws upon writings concerning restorative justice and Aboriginal justice.This text is one of the most valuable contributions to intelligent discussion of Canadian criminal l. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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In Due Process and Victims' Rights Kent Roach critically examines dramatic changes in criminal justice in the last two decades. He argues that increasing concern by courts about the rights of those accused of crime and by legislatures about the rights of crime victims and groups who are disproportionately subject to some crimes, such as women and children, has transformed debates about criminal justice. He examines recent cases in which due process and victims' rights have clashed and concludes that, in most instances, victims' rights claims have ultimately prevailed. He concludes that the future of criminal justice will depend on whether victims' rights continue to develop in a punitive fashion or whether they inspire increased emphasis on crime prevention and restorative justice.

This is the first full-length study of the law and politics of criminal justice in the era of the Charter and victims' rights. It examines changing discourse in the courts, legislatures, and media, and the role of women, young people, minorities, Aboriginal people, and crime victims in criminal justice reform. It builds new models of criminal justice based on victims' rights as alternatives to Herbert Packer's famous due process and crime control models. Roach draws on criminology literature about the growth of a 'risk society,' in which the risk of crime is more easily calculated and controlled, as well as writings concerned with restorative and Aboriginal justice.

Über den Autor: Kent Roach is Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto.

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