Human Rights in Criminal Procedure: A Comparative Study : [revisions of Papers Presented at a Conference Organized by the United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law, Held at Manchester in Sept., 1978]

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John Albert Andrews, United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law
BRILL, May 26, 1982 - Law - 451 pages
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Revised papers from a conference organised by the United Kingdom National Commission on Comparative Law at Manchester 1978.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
7
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND THE EUROPEAN
17
THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
31
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE ENGLISH CRIMINAL TRIAL
63
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE NORTHERN IRELAND
144
RIGHTS OF ACCUSED PERSONS AND THE IRISH
165
HUMAN RIGHTS AND BELGIAN CRIMINAL
188
PROCEDURES IN GREECE
202
THE BILL OF RIGHTS FOR THE CRIMINAL
259
HUMAN RIGHTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
313
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUBSTANTIVE CRIMINAL LAW
349
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE TREATMENT
375
THE ARGUMENT FOR A BILL OF RIGHTS IN
417
TABLES OF CONVENTIONS AND STATUTES
431
TABLES OF CASES
437
INDEX
445

THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN
238

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