The trial on trial. Volume 2, Judgement and calling to account [electronic resource] / edited by Antony Duff ... [et al.].
- Oxford : Hart, 2006.
1 online resource (276 p.)
- Criminal procedure -- Congresses.
Trials -- Evaluation -- Congresses.
Trials -- Philosophy -- Congresses.
Fair trial -- Congresses.
- Electronic books.
- What kind of political theory does a communicative conception of the trial require? Can trials ever actually amount to more than the imposition of state power on the defendant? Addressing such issues, this second volume aims to produce an adequate normative account of the criminal trial and its proper role in a democratic polity.
- Preliminaries; Preface; Contents; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction Judgment and Calling to Account; 2 Trial and Fair Trial From Peer to Subject to Citizen; 3 Theorising Procedural Tradition Subjects Objects and Values in Criminal Adjudication; 4 The Trial and its Alternatives as Speech Situations; 5 Who do you Think you Are The Criminal Trial and Community Character; 6 Theorising Jury Reform; 7 It's Good to Talk Speaking Rights and the Jury; 8 Democratic Accountability and Lay Participation in Criminal Trials; 9 Judgment and Calling to Account Truths Trials and Reconciliations
10 The Political Trial and Reconciliation11 Perpetrator Proceedings and Didactic Trials; 12 Why have a Trial when you can have a Bargain; 13 Conceptions of the Trial in Inquisitorial and Adversarial Procedure; 14 Theorising the Criminal Trial and Criminal Appeal Finality Truth and Rights; Index
- "Central to the project are two sets of workshops: one on Truth and due process, held in 2003, which produced the papers for this collection; the other on Judgement and calling to account, to be held in 2004, which will produce a matching collection of papers."--T.p. verso, v.1.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Duff, Antony.
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