Delays in the Criminal Justice System: Reports Presented to the 9th Criminological Colloquium (1989)
Council of Europe Press, 1992 - Court congestion and delay - 126 pages
Delays in the criminal justice system - Introductory report by Mr Dato W.
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Delays in the criminal justice system Introductory report by Mr Dato
Causes of delays in the criminal justice system Report
Suggestions for improvement Report by Mrs Patricia Morgan
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accused administrative agencies appeal aspects average length caseload cause for delay causing delay celerity CESDIP charge Church colloquium committal concerned correctional courts Council of Europe countries court delay court hearing crime criminal justice system Criminology Crown Court Crown Prosecution Service dealt decision decreased defence lawyers defendant dismissed effect England and Wales European example factors Federal Republic formal Garner guilty plea handled increase indicators interventions Judicial Statistics jurisdiction legal culture length of procedure length of proceedings less limits longer Luskin magistrates Morgan Netherlands pace of litigation penal law percentage period police courts possible pre-trial detention prison sentences problem prosecutor Public Prosecutor's Office published annually reasons reduce delay remand in custody Republic of Germany sanctions settled speed Steenhuis StPO studies sub-systems summary Summary offences summons Table tences three months time-limits total case processing trend Vennard victim weeks in area West Germany workload