77 J. Crim. L. i (2013)

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February 2013                     Journal of
ISSN 0022 0183
Criminal
Law
Contents
Index                                                      v
Cases                                                     vi
Opinion
Blowing the whistle                                        1
DAvID Ki
Criminal Law Legislation Update                            4
LAURA McGowAN
Court of Appeal
The meaning of 'dangerousness' in the context of constructive
manslaughter                                            7
Interpretation of s. 80 of PACE 1984: when is a spouse
compellable?                                            10
Sexual history evidence: late disclosure and relevance    13
Raising the bar: loss of control and the qualifying triggers  17
European Court of Human Rights
The demise of the unpopular imprisonment for public protection
sentence                                               22
Sentencing domestic violence offences and the victim's wishes  28
Comment
Bargaining over corporate manslaughter-what price a life?  33
MICK WOODLEY
Articles
Thabo Meli revisited: the pernicious effects of result-driven
decisions                                               41
KBNNETH J. ARBNsoN
Criminal justice, science and the marketplace: the closure of the
Forensic Science Service in perspective                56
TIM J. WrsoN AND ANGELA M. C. GALLOp
Criminal culpability, criminal attempts and the erosion of the
choice theory                                          78
HANNAH WISHAT

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