Bail & Illusions of Justice

C. Gledhill Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, cfgle1@student.monash.edu Risk has become a buzzword in theorising in the last 30 years beginning with theorists such as Beck (1986) noting the rise of the ‘risk society’. More recently, a number of scholars have noted...
  • August 18, 2016
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C. Gledhill Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, cfgle1@student.monash.edu Risk has become a buzzword in theorising in the last 30 years beginning with theorists such as Beck (1986) noting the rise of the ‘risk society’. More recently, a number of scholars have noted...
  • August 18, 2016
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M.Travers1* 1 University of Tasmania *corresponding author: max.travers@utas.edu.au There is a quiet revolution taking place in criminal courts, as many practitioners are no longer satisfied with business as usual, and instead look for ways to address the underlying social and...
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M.Travers1* 1 University of Tasmania *corresponding author: max.travers@utas.edu.au There is a quiet revolution taking place in criminal courts, as many practitioners are no longer satisfied with business as usual, and instead look for ways to address the underlying social and...
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I Warren1*, D Sormaz1 and D Palmer1 1 School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin University  *corresponding author: ian.warren@deakin.edu.au Courts are theatres for promoting the rule of law, due process and fairness under the criminal law. However, this paper identifies an...
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I Warren1*, D Sormaz1 and D Palmer1 1 School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin University  *corresponding author: ian.warren@deakin.edu.au Courts are theatres for promoting the rule of law, due process and fairness under the criminal law. However, this paper identifies an...
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