The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 04 - 2012
Table of contents
18th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture
Life after Norgrove. Sir Nicholas Wall, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales, p. 1-16
Staff and Post-Graduate Articles and Reports
‘Trying To Get A Good One’ Bigamy Offences in England and Wales, 1850-1950. David Cox, p. 1-32
Counter-Surveillance, Protest and Policing. Dean Wilson, p. 33-42
Electronic Payment Systems. Samahir Abdulah, p. 43-60
Neighbourhood Working in Policing. Neil Chappel, p. 61-64
Undergraduate Law Student Articles
New Trends in Religious Freedom: The Battle of the Headscarf. Natalie Melmore, p. 96-116
Is the Common Law Defence of Insanity Ineffective and in Need of Reform? Samprada Mukhia, p. 117-131
A Court of Law or a Court of Conscience: A Critique of the Decision in Re A (Children). Laura Offer, p. 132-151
Undergraduate Criminal Justice Student Articles
In What Ways Has Criminology Sought to Understand the Rave Movement as Organised Deviance? Steven Brown, p. 152-161
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Freedom of religion has been described as the paradigm freedom of conscience and of the essence in a free society, but the re-emergence of religion in the public sphere has elicited great publicity. The wearing of the ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Bigamy has attracted little attention from both criminologists and historians in the past few decades. This is perhaps understandable, as bigamy is an uncommon crime, no longer regarded as a major threat to the institution ...
The Extent to which Laws and Regulations on Environmental Liability Protect the Environment and Compensate the Victims (University of Plymouth, 2012)This article provides an examination and analysis of the laws and regulations on environmental liability, in light of the growing global concern of oil pollution of the marine environment. It considers several fundamental ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Electronic commerce online is expanding at an exponential rate. Much of this relates to the type of consumer transactions which would otherwise have been fulfilled in the market using one of electronic funds transfer at ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)This article critiques the legal reasoning adopted by the Court of Appeal in Re A (Children) – the controversial case which addressed the separation of conjoined twins Rose and Grace Attard (or 'Mary and Jodie'). Separation ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)This article will consider whether the current common law defence of insanity is ineffective and in need of reform. It will do so by contemplating several criticisms of the insanity defence arising from the M’Naghten Rules ...