23 S. Afr. J. Crim. Just. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/soafcrimj23 and id is 1 raw text is: SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Table of Contents

Articles

Nic Olivier & Clara Williams
Dane Ally
David Masiloane
Moses Montesh
Freido Johan Willem Herbig

The right to a fair trial in
subsequent criminal proceedings:
How the Constitutional Court
took matters into its own hands
in Shinga v The State
Constitutional exclusion under
s 35(5) of the Constitution: should
an accused bear a 'threshold
burden' of proving that his or
her constitutional right has been
infringed?
Dealing with an economic crisis:
the difficulty of policing illegal
immigrants in South Africa
Transformation in the South
African Police Service: the
implementation of affirmative
action and employment equity in
SAPS
Criminal justice/criminology and
forensic psychophysiology: a
symbiotic interface

Comments

Annette van der Merwe
Lirieka Meintjes-Van der Walt

Therapeutic jurisprudence:
judicial officers and the victim's
welfare - S v M 2007 (2) SACR 60
(WLD)
Human rights and the retention
of DNA samples, profiles and
fingerprints: S and Marper v
United Kingdom

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