The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 10 - 2018
Table of contents
Kim Stevenson, Gareth Addidle and Jason Lowther
The Demise of the Traditional Jury and Jury Impartiality with Particular Focus on Media Intrusion. Jessica Clarke, p. 67-83
Identifying Factors that Influence the Use of Dark Web Cryptomarkets: Qualitative Interviews with Cryptomarket Users. Michael Felstead, p. 84-104
A Critical Examination of the Police Use of Tasers. Jodie Nash, p. 105-123
Medical Law at Plymouth: A Different Approach. Pippa Trimble, p. 193-198
Practitioner to Academic: A Reflective and Personal Account. Luke Fisher, p. 199-205
Criminology on the Buses, How do Structures of Neoliberalism and Culture Impact Crime and Role Performance within the Bus Industry (University of Plymouth, 2018)The bus industry within the United Kingdom accounted for four and a half billion local journeys to year ending March 2016 (Department for Transport, 2016). With so many journeys being made there needs to be a focus on ...
(University of Plymouth, 2018)This study explored the police use of Tasers and how this has an impact on matters such as public confidence, governance, welfare of officers and holding the police accountable. This topic was chosen due to the lack of ...
First World Problems, Developing World Impacts: An Assessment of the Adequacy of the Law on Shipbreaking (University of Plymouth, 2018)Shipbreaking, or recycling, is a potentially destructive practice reflecting many dimensions to the modern sustainable development debate. It engages a suite of legal issues and has prompted discussion between professionals ...
Tearing Up the Patchwork Quilt: An Examination of How, Why and When Liability for Psychiatric Injury in the Tort of Negligence (University of Plymouth, 2018)This paper grapples with the question of whether the law of psychiatric injury remains fit for purpose in the twenty-first century. Through analysing the historical development of this area of law an attempt is made to ...
(University of Plymouth, 2018)In a world where 24 hour news and social media are ingrained into people’s everyday lives it can be difficult to uphold traditional values and practice. This is particularly pertinent in respect of the impact of such ...
The Position of the Estate Owner and the Adverse Possessor, A Comparison Between England and Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland (University of Plymouth, 2018)This article analyses the concept of the doctrine of adverse possession by comparing the legal position of the estate owner and the adverse possessor in three legal systems, England and Wales, Scotland and the Republic ...
Identifying Factors that Influence the Use of Dark Web Cryptomarkets: Qualitative Interviews with Cryptomarket Users (University of Plymouth, 2018)Dark Web cryptomarkets represent a phenomenon in modern criminality and their study is of key importance to contemporary criminology. This study aims to identify factors that influence the use of cryptomarkets and to gain ...