67 J. Crim. L. i (2003)

handle is hein.journals/jcriml67 and id is 1 raw text is: Volume 67

Part I                                  I F1 t
February 2003                    Journal of
ISSN 0022 0183
Cases                                                  V
Court of Appeal
Young man's defence: compatibility with the European
Convention on Human Rights                           I
Duress: self-exposure to risk of threats               6
Affray: proof of fear for personal safety by hypothetical
bystander                                            9
Courts-martial: compatibility with Article 6 of the European
Convention on Human Rights                          II
Fresh evidence: development in forensic science relating to ear
prints                                              13
Fresh evidence relied on on appeal when known to defendant
at trial                                            15
Murder: direction to jury                              17
Disclosure, public interest and abuse of process      20
Retention of fingerprints and DNA samples: compatibility with
the European Convention on Human Rights             23
European Court of Human Rights
Penal detention of child for his own protection: violation of
Article 5 of the European Convention of Human Rights  25
Release of technical lifers: power must lie with Mental Health
Review Tribunal not Secretary of State              28
A new criminal law of fraud-the recent proposals of the Law
Commission of England and Wales                     31
Police cells and unwanted bugs                        37


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