SOLON Law, Crime and History - Volume 4, Issue 3
Table of contents
Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg
Civilian Detective Doctrine in the 1930s and its Transmission to the Military Police in 1940-42. Colin R. Moore and Gerry R. Rubin, p. 1-30
‘Our Free Society is Worthy of Better’: Caryl Chessman, Capital Punishment, and Cold War Culture. David E. Ruth p. 31-55
The Structure of Authority and the Prosecution of Crime in the Sheriff Courts of Mid-Victorian Scotland. Robert S. Shiels, p. 56-73
The Structure of Authority and the Prosecution of Crime in the Sheriff Courts of Mid-Victorian Scotland (University of Plymouth, 2014)The law of Scotland has barely recognised the existence of private prosecutors and the preferred policy has been prosecution by a public prosecutor in the public interest. The legal persona engaged in public prosecution ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)The Special Investigation Branch (SIB) of the Royal Military Police (RMP) was formed in 1940, after the military authorities became concerned at the widespread theft of military stores by members of the British Expeditionary ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)Convict author Caryl Chessman was the focus of international attention from 1954 until his 1960 execution at San Quentin. Americans used Chessman to articulate understandings about themselves, their society, and their ...