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Adversarial case-making : an ethnography of English Crown Court procedure / by Thomas Scheffer
Bib ID 5056815
Format BookBook
Author
Scheffer, Thomas
 
Description Leiden : Brill, 2010 
xlii, 283 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9789004187269
Series

International studies in sociology and social anthropology , 0074-8684 ; v. 116.

Full contents
  • A case of assault : the rise and fall of an alibi
  • Framing law-in-action
  • A case of indecent assault : fitting sleep-walking expertise in
  • File-work and procedural care
  • A case of wounding with intent : the barrister's day in court
  • Procedural resources and procedural infrastructure
  • A case of murder : no regret!
  • The case in the case-system.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references([263] - 278) and index.

Subjects Great Britain. Crown Court -- Sociological aspects.  |  Criminal courts -- Social aspects -- England.  |  Criminal procedure -- Social aspects -- England.

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