Explainer: how does the Italian criminal justice system work?

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Article originally published in The Conversation. In the light of Friday’s guilty verdict in the case of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, the Italian criminal justice system is once again under the magnifying glass. Foreign scrutiny of the case has so far been unflattering to the Italian legal system (and Italy in general), not helped … Continue reading

‘Domination, privacy and the intrusive state’ – Seminar with Andrew Roberts, 27 November 2013

27 November 2013, 1pm, Room AG06, College Building The new Centre for Crime and Justice Research has an exciting series of seminars this academic year.  The first talk will be Andrew Roberts from the University of Melbourne will be presenting on “Domination, Privacy, and the Intrusive State”. Abstract Recent revelations concerning the extent to which … Continue reading