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A History of Continental Criminal Procedure

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A History of Continental Criminal Procedure by Adhémar Esmein Book Resume:

Esmein, A[dhemar]. A History of Continental Criminal Procedure with Special Reference to France. Translated by John Simpson; with an editorial preface by William E. Mikell and introductions by Norman M. Trenholme and by William Renwick Riddell. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1913. xlv, 640 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 99-045906. ISBN 1-58477-042-2. Cloth. $100. * Reprint of volume 5, Continental Legal History Series. Esmein, "the foremost legal scholar of France if not of the world" has here analyzed criminal procedure from its Roman origin, through primitive Germanic, and throughout French criminal procedure from the 1200s to the 1800s, as well as 19th century criminal procedure in other countries in this "masterly work...This volume is to be unqualifiedly commended as a standard and sufficient history of continental criminal procedure." J.H.B. Harv. L. Rev. 27:294-295.

A History of Continental Criminal Procedure, with Special Reference to France

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A History of Continental Criminal Procedure, with Special Reference to France by Carl Joseph Anton Mittermaier,Adhemar Esmein,Rene Garraud Book Resume:

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A History of Continental Criminal Procedure

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A History of Continental Criminal Procedure by Adhémar Esmein Book Resume:

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The Lawyers of Dickens and Their Clerks

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The Lawyers of Dickens and Their Clerks by Robert Donald Neely Book Resume:

Neely, Robert D. The Lawyers of Dickens and Their Clerks. Boston: The Christopher Publishing House, [1936]. 67pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 00-021520. ISBN 1-58477-091-0. Cloth. $60. * In this delightful and humorous book Neely takes a look at the satire and irony in Dickens' work as shown in his derisive characterization of solicitors, barristers, judges and clerks. He gives us Jaggers, the criminal lawyer who notifies Pip of his "great expectations," Stryver, the unscrupulous trial lawyer in A Tale of Two Cities, and many others. Lovers of Dickens and anyone acquainted with the law will find this to be an entertaining read.

Public Prosecutors in the United States and Europe

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Public Prosecutors in the United States and Europe by Gwladys Gilliéron Book Resume:

This research examines the role of prosecutors within the United States and in Switzerland and is completed by an overview of the prosecution institutions in France and Germany. The research recognizes that despite seemingly very different legal traditions and structures, prosecutors in these systems are similar enough that each system might learn from the others. Drawing upon the experiences of other nations, this research proposes solutions to the problems identified in connection with the position and powers of public prosecutors in the United States. Furthermore, it outlines the problems related to the increase of prosecutorial power and the lessons the European criminal justice systems surveyed can draw from the experience in the US. In terms of methodology, this research not only considers formal legal provisions but also systematic structural factors, academic literature and statistics revealing how the law and governing principles actually work in practice.

Prosecuting Crime in the Renaissance

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Prosecuting Crime in the Renaissance by John H. Langbein Book Resume:

Our present system of criminal prosecution originated in England in the sixteenth century. Langbein traces its development, which was at its most intense during the reign of Queen Mary. He shows how the common law developed a system of official investigation and prosecution that incorporated the medieval institution of the jury trial. He places equal emphasis on the role of the justices of the peace as public prosecutors. The second half of the book compares the English system with those of the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) and France. He concludes by refuting the popular opinion that the English were strongly indebted to continental models. "This is an excellent work of scholarship, exhibiting wide research, erudition and analytical ability." --Joseph H. Smith, Harvard Law Review 88 (1974-1975) 485 JOHN LANGBEIN is Sterling Professor of Law and Legal History at Yale Law School. He has held academic positions at Stanford University, Oxford University, the Max-Planck-Institut fur Europaische Rechtsgeschichte and the Max-Planck-Institut fur Auslandisches und Internationales Strafrecht. Langbein is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Academy of Comparative Law, the International Association of Procedure Law, and other organizations in the fields of legal history and comparative law. Some of his most distinguished publications and articles include History of the Common Law: The Development of Anglo-American Legal Institutions (2009), Torture and the Law of Proof: Europe and England in the Ancient Regime (1977), and "The Supreme Court Flunks Trusts," Supreme Court Review (1991)."

Towards a System of European Criminal Justice

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Towards a System of European Criminal Justice by Andrea Ryan Book Resume:

With the developing landscape of a European criminal justice sphere comes an increasing imperative for scholars and practitioners to gain some insight into the diversity that exists in the criminal justice systems of European Union Member States. This book explores the mutual admissibility of evidence; a facet of EU criminal justice that is proving difficult to realise. While the Lisbon Treaty places the issue of mutual admissibility of evidence squarely on the agenda, the EU instruments to date have not succeeded in achieving this goal. Andrea Ryan argues that part of the reason for this failure is that while the mutual recognition instruments have focussed on the issue of gathering evidence and safeguarding suspects’ rights, they have not addressed how evidence is to be presented and contested at trial. Drawing upon case studies from Ireland, France and Italy, and adopting a legal cultural perspective, and enriched by the author’s observations of criminal trials, the book presents a detailed analysis of the developments to date in EU criminal justice and evidence law. By examining evidence practices the book asks whether the inquisitorial and accusatorial traditions within the EU systems are too irreconcilable to achieve a system of mutual admissibility of evidence. The book will be of great interest and use to academics and practitioners with an interest in European and comparative criminal justice, criminal procedure, human rights and socio-legal studies.

Comparative Law and Society

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Comparative Law and Society by David Scott Clark Book Resume:

Comparative Law and Society, part of the Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, is a pioneering volume that comprises 19 original essays written by expert authors from across the world. This innovative handbook offers both a history of the field of comparative law and society and a thorough exploration of its methods, disciplines, and major issues, presenting the most comprehensive look into this contemporary field to date. In Part I, Methods and Disciplines, contributors approach critical issues in comparative law and society from a variety of academic fields, including sociology, criminology, anthropology, economics, political science, and psychology. This multidisciplinary approach highlights the importance of addressing the variance of perspectives inherent to the field. In Part II, Core Issues, chapters offer an exploration of major legal institutions, processes, professionals, and cultures associated with particular legal subjects. Since authors utilize the perspective of at least two different legal systems, this book offers a truly thorough and wide-ranging focus. the general reader, as well as students and scholars, will find this handbook useful in their continuing explorations into the interaction between law and society. Practitioners such as lawyers and judges with an interest in global perspectives of law will also find much to admire in this innovative volume.

Suicide in the Middle Ages: The violent against themselves

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Suicide in the Middle Ages: The violent against themselves by Alexander Murray,Fellow and Praelector in Modern History Alexander Murray Book Resume:

`Suicide' and `the Middle Ages' sounds like a contradiction. Was life not too short anyway, and the Church too disapproving, to admit suicide? And how is the historian supposed to find out? Alexander Murray takes the last question first, as a key to the testing of all other assumptions. Examining a wide range of documents he shows that there were indeed suicides, of types and configurations astonishingly modern, if not in numbers per capita. As for reactions, they were of two kinds.One was to heap suicide with every imaginable curse, natural and supernatural, and the author's search for their religious, anthropological, and legal background leads far outside medieval christendom. However, he also uncovers a less negative reaction as, from the eleventh century onwards,medicine, psychology, poetry, and the pastoral priesthood charted ever more assiduously the terra incognita of suicidal emotion.

The Juridical Review

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The Juridical Review by N.A Book Resume:

Covers general areas of Scottish law including criminal, commercial, contract, delict, environmental, family, administrative, and socio-legal issues. Also includes some articles on comparative law, plus book reviews and case notes.

Student's Guide to Materials in Political Science

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Student's Guide to Materials in Political Science by Laverne Burchfield Book Resume:

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GUIDE TO THE LAW AND LEGAL LITERATURE OF FRANCE

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GUIDE TO THE LAW AND LEGAL LITERATURE OF FRANCE by EDWIN M. BORCHARD, GEORGE WILFRED STUMBERG Book Resume:

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History of Criminal Justice

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History of Criminal Justice by Herbert Alan Johnson Book Resume:

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Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice

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Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice by Joshua Dressler Book Resume:

This interdisciplinary resource covers legal, sociological, psychological, historical and economic aspects of crime and justice worldwide. Entries cover civil and criminal issues, from domestic violence to terrorism. Entries cite pertinent legal cases as well as publications for further information. Also includes a glossary of related terms.

Latin America and the Caribbean

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Latin America and the Caribbean by Stojan Albert Bayitch Book Resume:

A new, expanded version of the [author's Latin America : a bibliographical guide to economy, history, law, politics, and society]

A History of Continental Criminal Law

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A History of Continental Criminal Law by Ludwig von Bar Book Resume:

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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History

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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History by Western Society for French History,Western Society for French History. Meeting Book Resume:

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