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Sentencing and Criminal Justice
Sentencing and Criminal Justice
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Sentencing and Criminal Justice

Andrew Ashworth, Rory Kelly
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Sentencing and Criminal Justice

Andrew Ashworth, Rory Kelly
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This revised and updated new edition focuses on major developments in sentencing law, practice and theory. Sentencing in England and Wales is now dominated by Sentencing Council guidelines, and scrutiny of those guidelines is central to this book. Issues of principle are identified and discussed, to include the constitutional position of the Sentencing Council; the meaning of, and challenges to, proportionality; and the sentencing of BAME offenders and women offenders. The book welcomes the new Sentencing Code, introduced as the Sentencing Act 2020, and critically examines the government's plans for sentencing reform, set out in the 2020 White Paper A Smarter Approach to Sentencing. Throughout the book, sentencing is explored in its wider criminal justice context – making it essential reading for courses on sentencing, criminal justice and criminal law.

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Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing
Year
2021
ISBN
9781509936298
Topic
Law
Subtopic
Law Theory & Practice
Edition
1

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