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Criminal  Law  &


Vol. 175


7


Process


Prison Discipline, Impartiality and


Human Rights


Steve Foster discusses whether recent decisions on disciplinary
procedures in the custodial estate are likely to inspire further
challenges to, and greater judicial scrutiny of, adjudications



Sentencing


Breaking the Cycle


Rona  Epstein considers whether  the Government's  proposals
in its recent Green Paper on the criminal justice system offer a
realistic roadmap for reform


Io


12


Police


                                 Policing Protest


                                 Gabrielle Moore   examines how  the Public Order  Act 1986, s.14
                                 is heing applied incorrectly to fundemental rights of protest




13                               Scuttlebutt


                                 Felicity Gerry  looks back  on 2010,  serial killers and the
                                 New   Year




14                               CL&J Reporter

                                 Cases  covered: Criminal Proceedings;  Sentencing




                                 Weekly Law Digest


Digitized from Best Copy Available


Justice Weekly                    8 January 2011                  criminallawandjustice.co.uk



2                                 Comment


                                  The  Need  for Equal  Treatment




3                                 Overview of the week


                                  Restorative Justice; Anti-Social  Behaviour;  Speed  Cameras;
                                  CPS;  Fraud;  Irugs



                                  Practice and Procedure


                                  Abu Hamza Goes to Europe


                                  In the first part of his article, Paul I lynes examines the
                                  events leading  to the extradition of Abu  Hamsa   reaching
                                  the European   Court

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