SOLON Law, Crime and History - Volume 4, Issue 2
Table of contents
Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg
The Prisoners’ Counsel Act 1836: Doctrine, Advocacy and the Criminal Trial. Cerian Charlotte Griffiths, p. 28-47
Smedley D. Butler and the Militarisation of the Philadelphia Police, 1924-1925. Ellen Leichtman, p. 48-69
Researching the Arcane: The Duchy of Cornwall and How a Country Lawyer was Radicalised. John Kirkhope, p. 70-81
(University of Plymouth, 2014)The importance of the military as a police model in the U.S. had been eliminated, for the most part, from criminal justice and police studies until the 1980s-1990s, even as the professional model was studied extensively. ...
Empathy or Entertainment? The Form and Function of Violent Crime Narratives in Early-Nineteenth Century Broadsides (University of Plymouth, 2014)This article will explore the meaning and morality of popular accounts of violent crime in early-nineteenth century broadsides. Broadsides were a form of street literature and, for almost 300 years until the latter half ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)In recent years greater numbers of thinkers have considered the Prisoners' Counsel Act 1836 but have viewed the Act through the lens of Whig history, as a further manifestation of the modernisation of criminal justice in ...