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    Criminal Law Review, 2000

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Charles Pollard

    Victims and the criminal justice system: a new vision

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 5-17

    Loraine Gelsthorpe, Allison Morris

    Something old, something borrowed, something blue, but something new? A comment on the prospects for restorative justice under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 18-30

    Anthony Arlidge

    The trial of Dr David Moor

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 31-40

    J.C. Smith

    A comment on Moor's case

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 41-44

     

    Affray

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 45-47

     

    Custody time limits- remand in custody following appeal against grant of bail

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 47-48

     

    Directions to jury- cut- throat defences

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 48-50

     

    Evidence- disclosure- prosecution requesting assistance of judge

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 50-51

     

    Evidence- whether direction required on self- defence

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 51-54

     

    Identification- identification parade not held- victim identifying accused to police officer

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 54-56

     

    Procedure- retrial under Criminal Appeal Act 1968 s.7 (2)

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 56-57

     

    Sentencing- offender aged eighteen committing offence jointly with offender under eighteen- desirability of both offenders being sentenced by same court

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 57-59

     

    Sentencing- factual basis for sentence

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 59-60

     

    Sentencing- plea of guilty

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 60-61

     

    Sentencing- longer than commensurate sentence

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 61-62

     

    Sentencing

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 62-65

     

    Sentencing- offender under eighteen

     No.1 Jan

     pp. 65-67

    Kevin Kerrigan

    Unlocking the human rights floodgates?

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 71-84

    Peter Duff

    The defendant's right to trial by jury: a neighbour's view

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 85-94

    Estella Baker

    Policing, protest free trade: challenging police discretion under Community law

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 95-107

     

    Appeal- counsel- not calling evidence discrediting prosecution witness- whether conduct inept- whether conviction unsafe

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 108-109

     

    Duress- whether defendant voluntarily exposed himself to unlawful violence- whether defendant had means of escape

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 109-111

     

    Sentencing- plea before venue- committal for sentence- factual basis of conviction and committal found to be defective in Crown Court

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 111-113

     

    Sentencing- return to custody- offenders under 18- aggregate terms of detention in a young offender institution

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 113-116

     

    Sentencing- return to custody under Criminal Justice Act 1991, s.40

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 116-118

     

    Sentencing- committal for sentence- indication by magistrates' court that offender would not be committed for sentence

     No.2 Feb

     pp. 118-123

    Michael Birnbaum

    Pinochet and double criminality

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 127-139

    Annabelle James

    The Criminal Cases Review Commission: economy, effectiveness and justice

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 140-153

    Evan Bell

    A European DPP to prosecute Euro- fraud?

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 154-168

     

    Child abduction- what is the meaning of "takes" in the Child Abduction Act 1984, s.2

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 169-171

     

    Custody time limits- judge refusing to extend time limits- prosecution applying to second judge

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 171-172

     

    Endangering an aircraft- doing an act likely to endanger an aircraft

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 172-174

     

    Evidence- admissibility of evidence of police officers- magistrate finding police officers agents provocateurs

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 174-177

     

    Evidence- identification parades- when jury need to be reminded of potential advantage lost to defendant by failure to hold parade

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 178-180

     

    Evidence- use of self- incriminating evidence given under compulsory powers

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 180-181

     

    Evidence- whether a suggested motive for making a false allegation is a fact for the purposes of section 34

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 181-183

     

    Evidence- evidence of identification by voice- difficulties and dangers of- need for stringent warning to jury

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 183-185

     

    Human rights- freedom of expression- interference "prescribed by law"

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 185-187

     

    Human rights- right to fair trial, application to very young defendants, imposition of "sentence"

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 187-189

     

    Inconsistent verdicts- whether verdicts inconsistent- function of Court of Appeal

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 189-190

     

    Local government- street trading- trading without consent- previous lawful trading

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 190-192

     

    Obtaining services by deception- representation becoming untrue- defendant's silence

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 192-193

     

    Trial- prosecution case resting on alternative factual bases- different defences applying to each basis

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 193-194

     

    Trial- summing up- jury directed that defendant's alleged belief that the drugs were amphetamine and not cocaine did not amount to defence to charge of possession of class A drug with intent to supply

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 195-197

     

    Witness- cross- examination of police officer- conduct in another trial

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 197-199

     

    Sentencing- confiscation order

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 199-200

     

    Sentencing- confiscation order- "benefit"

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 201-202

     

    Sentencing- confiscation order- postponement of determinations

     No.3 Mar

     pp. 202-203

    Caroline Ball

    The Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 Part I: a significant move towards restorative justice, or a recipe for unintended consequences?

     No.4 Apr

     pp. 211-222

    Diane J. Birch

    A better deal for vulnerable witnesses?

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 223-249

    Laura C.H. Hoyano

    Variations on a theme by Pigot: special measures directions for child witnesses

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 250-273

    Neil Kibble

    The sexual history provisions: charting a course between inflexible legislative rules and wholly untrammelled judicial discretion?

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 274-292

     

    Evidence- similar fact- admissibility of previous acquittals in a subsequent prosecution

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 293-296

     

    Ill- treating a mental patient- mens rea

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 297-298

     

    Immigration

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 299-300

     

    Magistrates' court- information- laid more than six months after date of summary offence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 300-301

     

    Obstruction of highway- whether lawful excuse defence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 301-303

     

    Procedure- duty to give reasons- application where prosecution appeal

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 303-306

     

    Sentencing- automatic life sentence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 306-306

     

    Sentencing- automatic life sentence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 307-309

     

    Sentencing- automatic life sentence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 309-311

     

    Sentencing- extended sentences- sexual and violent offences- general considerations

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 311-312

     

    Sentencing- extended sentences- sexual and violent offences- general considerations

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 312-314

     

    Sentencing- racially aggravated assault occasioning actual bodily harm

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 314-315

     

    Sentencing- summary offences- maximum sentence

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 316-317

     

    Sentencing- life imprisonment- offence committed by prisoner serving life imprisonment

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 317-319

     

    Sentencing- return to custody

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 319-320

     

    Sentencing- disqualification from driving

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 320-321

     

    Sentencing- offenders under 18

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 321-323

     

    Trade descriptions

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 323-323

     

    Trial- discharge of jury- immediate retrial

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 324-325

     

    Trial- indecent assault- judge directed jury on two possible assaults

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 325-326

     

    Vagrancy- appellant found on office premises- whether office an "inclosed area"

      No.4 Apr

     pp. 326-327

    Richard Buxton

    The Human Rights Act and the substantive criminal law

     No.5 May

     pp. 331-340

    Ian W. Evett

    DNA profiling: a discussion of issues relating to the reporting of very small match probabilities

     No.5 May

     pp. 341-355

    Peter Cartwright

    Servicing and supplying: a judicial muddle

     No.5 May

     pp. 356-364

    Robin Moore

    Issuing distress warrants against fine defaulters: the automated "fast- track" approach

     No.5 May

     pp. 365-370

     

    Aggravated trespass: whether informations disclosing an offence known to law- whether correct for magistrate to allow amendment

     No.5 May

     pp. 371-372

     

    Causation: inflicting grievous bodily harm

     No.5 May

     pp. 372-374

     

    Custody time limits

     No.5 May

     pp. 374-375

     

    Custody time limits: importance of fixing trial date early- duties of court and Crown

     No.5 May

     pp. 376-377

     

    Evidence: disclosure- public interest immunity

     No.5 May

     pp. 377-379

     

    Incitement to distribute indecent photographs of children- whether parity of mens rea between inciter and person incited required

     No.5 May

     pp. 379-381

     

    Indecent photographs of children: whether downloading an image amounted to "making" a photograph

     No.5 May

     pp. 381-383

     

    Procedure

     No.5 May

     pp. 383-384

     

    Search warrants: documents subject to legal privilege- extent of police powers under search warrant

     No.5 May

     pp. 385-388

     

    Search warrants: legal privilege

     No.5 May

     pp. 388-390

     

    Search warrants: legal privilege

     No.5 May

     pp. 390-392

     

    Sentencing: confiscation order- postponement of determination

     No.5 May

     pp. 392-393

     

    Sentencing: confiscation order- postponement of determination

     No.5 May

     pp. 393-396

     

    Sentencing: disparity of sentence- mitigating factors affecting one offender only

     No.5 May

     pp. 396-397

     

    Sentencing: longer than normal sentence- outraging public decency

     No.5 May

     pp. 397-398

     

    Sentencing: whether appropriate for Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) to substitute custodial sentence where sentencer has indicated intention to impose non custodial sentence on various occasions

     No.5 May

     pp. 398-400

     

    Sentencing: probation order

     No.5 May

     pp. 401-402

     

    Sentencing: automatic life sentence- exceptional circumstances

     No.5 May

     pp. 402-403

     

    Strict liability: incitement to commit act of indecency with child under 14

     No.5 May

     pp. 403-409

     

    Summing- up: cause of death- direction to be given to jury where two possible means by which killing effected

     No.5 May

     pp. 409-411

     

    Theft: property belonging to another

     No.5 May

     pp. 411-413

     

    Theft: offence of attempting to obtain property by deception quashed

     No.5 May

     pp. 413-415

     

    Trial: abuse of process- destruction of video tape by police

     No.5 May

     pp. 415-416

    Michael Zander

    What on earth is Lord Justice Auld supposed to do?

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 419-435

    Ralph Henham

    Reconciling process and policy: sentence discounts in the magistrates' courts

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 436-451

    David Ormerod

    A prejudicial view?

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 452-461

    Jonathan S.W. Black

    Grave crimes and previous convictions

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 462-467

     

    Appeal: fresh evidence- police evidence discredited- principles to be applied

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 468-470

     

    Crown Court: custody time limits

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 470-471

     

    Evidence: magistrate exercising discretion to allow prosecution to call evidence of correct working of computer after close of defence case

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 471-473

     

    Fresh evidence: whether there was a reasonable explanation for a failure to adduce evidence at trial- whether evidence should nonetheless be received

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 473-475

     

    Manslaughter: corporate liability for manslaughter- gross negligence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 475-479

     

    Obtaining property by deception: defendant procuring issue of credit cards by false statements and obtaining property from retail outlets

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 481-484

     

    Procuring the execution of a valuable security

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 484-485

     

    Prosecution: Crown Court- supervisory jurisdiction of High Court

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 486-490

     

    Sentencing: automatic life sentence- serious offence committed by serving prisoner

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 490-492

     

    Sentencing: automatic life sentence- "exceptional circumstances"

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 492-493

     

    Sentencing: sentence on serving prisoner

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 494-496

     

    Sentencing: prescribed custodial sentence on offender convicted on third occasion of Class A drug trafficking offence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 496-498

     

    Sentencing: extradited prisoner- prisoner absconding before sentence and being extradited after sentence passed in absence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 498-500

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 500-501

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 501-501

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 502-503

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence- proportionality between offence and sentence

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 503-504

     

    Theft: property received from or on account of another- obligation to deal with the property in a particular way

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 504-505

     

    Trial: abuse of process- application to stay proceedings

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 506-509

     

    Trial: summing up

     No.6 Jun

     pp. 510-511

    J.R. Spencer

    The case for a code of criminal procedure

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 519-531

    Gerry Kearns, R.D. Mackay

    An upturn in unfitness to plead? Disability in relation to the trial under the 1991 Act

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 532-546

    Claire McDiarmid

    Children who murder: what is Her Majesty's pleasure?

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 547-563

    Andrew Ashworth

    The Human Rights Act and the substantive criminal law: a non-minimalist view

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 564-567

    James Goss

    A postscript to the trial of Dr David Moor

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 568-570

     

    Appeal: fresh evidence- witness not giving evidence at trial- affidavit from defendant's solicitor required

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 571-571

     

    Drugs: defendant arrested for importing drugs and committed for trial- indicted for conspiracy to commit the offence

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 571-572

     

    Duress: magistrates' court- preliminary point- approach to be adopted by magistrates

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 572-574

     

    Evidence: whether certified copy of registration certificate from Trade Marks Register admissible

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 574-575

     

    Evidence: admissibility- offence of dishonestly obtaining a telephone service by means of a telecommunications system with intent to avoid payment

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 576-580

     

    Harassment: whether two incidents of harassment constitute a course of conduct

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 580-582

     

    Harassment: judge wrongly paraphrasing language of the Act

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 582-584

     

    Human rights: equality of arms- prosecution disclosure of evidence- public interest immunity- fairness of procedure

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 584-586

     

    Human rights: equality of arms- prosecution of disclosure of evidence- public interest immunity

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 586-587

     

    Human rights: requirement on courts to refuse bail to certain categories of defendant

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 587-588

     

    Magistrates' court: youth court- two male justices hearing case

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 588-589

     

    Magistrates' court

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 589-591

     

    Possessing an imitation firearm on arrest

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 591-592

     

    Procedure: Crown Court giving written judgment- recorder refusing to state a case

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 593-594

     

    Reporting restrictions: defendant young person

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 594-595

     

    Road traffic: employees of coach company carried on coaches as passengers- whether employees drivers of those coaches

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 595-597

     

    Sentencing: automatic life sentence- "exceptional circumstances"

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 597-599

     

    Sentencing: "serious offence"

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 599-600

     

    Sentencing: extended sentence- grounds for imposing extended sentence

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 601-602

     

    Sentencing: extended sentence- desirability of sentencer explaining the effect of the sentence to offender

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 602-603

     

    Sentencing: extended sentence- consecutive terms

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 603-605

     

    Sentencing: racially aggravated crime

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 605-606

     

    Sentencing: victim impact statements- general considerations

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 606-608

     

    Sentencing: offender under 18- sentence "to be detained" for eight years

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 608-611

     

    Sentencing: community order

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 611-613

     

    Sentencing: detention and training order- offender over 12 and under 15

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 613-614

     

    Summing up: good character- defendant cautioned but not previously convicted

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 615-617

     

    Summing up: inference from failure to mention fact at interview

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 617-618

     

    Trial: summing up- failure to remind jury of evidence- obligations of trial judge

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 618-621

     

    Trial: unfitness to plead

     No.7 Jul

     pp. 621-626

    Peter J. Seago

    The development of the professional magistracy in England and Wales

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 631-651

    Paul Kearns

    Obscene and blasphemous libel: misunderstanding art

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 652-660

    Lord Windlesham

    Loss of benefit: a misplaced sanction

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 661-666

    Peter Lewis

    The Human Rights Act 1998: shifting the burden

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 667-673

     

    Adjournment: refusal of application by prosecution for adjournment

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 674-675

     

    Appeal: evidence on appeal

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 676-677

     

    Criminal damage: criminal damage as an alternative verdict to a count charging racially aggravated criminal damage

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 677-679

     

    Human rights: adverse inferences from failure to answer police questions

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 679-681

     

    Human rights: right to legal advice and assistance during police questioning

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 681-682

     

    Human rights: right of access to legal advice during questioning

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 682-683

     

    Human rights: right to respect for private life

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 684-686

     

    Indecent assault: consent

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 686-689

     

    Magistrates' court: judicial review

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 689-690

     

    Magistrates' court: costs

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 690-692

     

    Mens rea: selling lottery ticket to person under 16

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 692-696

     

    Sentencing: confiscation order

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 696-700

     

    Sentencing: life imprisonment

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 700-701

     

    Sentencing: life imprisonment

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 701-702

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence

     No.8 Aug

     pp. 703-704

     

    Prosecution appeals

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 705-706

    David Lanham

    Primary and derivative criminal liability: an Australian perspective

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 707-718

    Stephen Gough

    Surviving without Majewski?

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 719-733

    Sally Lloyd-Bostock

    The effects on juries of hearing about the defendant's previous criminal record: a simulation study

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 734-755

     

    Assault

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 756-757

     

    Common assault: assault on mother while she was holding child

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 758-759

     

    Drugs: offering to supply a controlled drug

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 760-761

     

    Evidence/ conspiracy: admissions

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 761-762

     

    Homicide: joint enterprise

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 763-767

     

    Human rights: right to fair trial

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 767-768

     

    Public order offence: respondent sending letters stating an intention to arrange a bombing hate campaign

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 768-769

     

    Sentencing: extended sentences

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 770-771

     

    Sentencing: life imprisonment

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 771-772

     

    Sentencing: rape

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 772-773

     

    Sentencing: causing death by careless driving

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 773-775

     

    Violent disorder: conduct capable of constituting a threat of unlawful violence

     No.9 Sep

     pp. 775-777

    Evan Bell

    The ECHR and the proceeds of crime legislation

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 783-800

    Jeremy Dein

    Police misconduct revisited

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 801-813

    Barry Mitchell

    Further evidence of the relationship between legal and public opinion on the law of homicide

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 814-827

    Robert S. Shiels

    Blaming the lawyer- again

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 828-831

     

    Abuse of process: delay

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 832-835

     

    Appeal: leave to appeal

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 835-841

     

    Costs: whether magistrates having jurisdiction to award costs following application for access orders

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 841-843

     

    Defences of self- defence and duress

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 843-844

     

    Disclosure: failure to disclose convictions of prosecution witness

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 845-847

     

    Evidence: whether judge should permit cross- examination on spent conviction

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 847-849

     

    Evidence: fresh evidence

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 849-851

     

    Evidence: whether verdicts inconsistent

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 851-853

     

    Firearms: whether "in connection with the management of any estate" to be understood as meaning "any estate in Great Britain or elsewhere"

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 853-854

     

    Magistrates' courts: hearing in the absence of the defendant claiming medical justification for not appearing

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 855-856

     

    Police detention: whether scheme to conduct reviews of police detention by video link from central location lawful

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 857-858

     

    Prosecution: Director of Public Prosecutions- decision not to prosecute

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 858-861

     

    Search warrants: PACE, s.18- search pursuant to- use of force to gain entry

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 861-863

     

    Trial: joinder of a series of offences in one indictment and severance of indictment

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 863-865

     

    Sentencing: confiscation orders

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 865-866

     

    Sentencing: longer than commensurate sentence

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 866-867

     

    Sentencing: detention and training order- offender under 15

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 867-868

     

    Sentencing: offender sentenced following revocation of licence from earlier sentence

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 868-870

     

    Sentencing: detention and training order- treatment of time spent in custody on remand

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 870-871

     

    Sentencing: detention and training orders- time spent in custody on remand

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 871-873

     

    Trial: guidance as to exercise of discretion to permit application for defendant to be handcuffed

     No.10 Oct

     pp. 873-875

    Anthony F. Jennings

    Silence and safety: the impact of human rights law

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 879-894

    Penny Darbyshire

    The mischief of plea bargaining and sentencing rewards

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 895-910

    John Williams

    The Crime and Disorder Act 1998: conflicting roles for the appropriate adult

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 911-920

     

    Bail- jurisdiction of Crown Court

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 921-922

     

    Evidence- directions to jury

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 922-924

     

    Public order- failing to comply with condition as to public assembly

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 924-926

     

    Right to elect trial

     No.11 Nov

     pp. 926-928

     

    Trial- summing up

     No.11 Nov