21 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (1994)

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Introduction: Justice and Efficiency?
The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice
................................................... Stewart Field and Philip A. Thomas  1
Normalizing Injustice: The Royal Commission on
Crim  inal Justice  ............................................................... Lee  Bridges  20
Irish People and the British Criminal Justice
System    ........................................................................ Paddy  H illyard  39
Mentally Disordered Suspects in the Criminal Justice
System    ................................................................. Philip  W .H . Fennell  57
Police Investigations: Practice and Malpractice
........................................................... Mike Maguire and Clive Norris  72
'Adding Injury to Injustice: The Suspect at the Police
Station  ................................................................. Jacqueline  H odgson  85
The Right to Silence, Defence Disclosure, and
Confession Evidence ...................................................... Steven Greer  102
Judicial Supervision and the Pre-trial Process .............. Stewart Field    119
Forensic Science and Expert Evidence ....................... Peter Alldridge   136
Appeals against Conviction and the Principle of
Finality  ........................................................................ K ate  M alleson  151

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