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What if imprisonment were abolished for property offences?

Source: (2013) London: The Howard League for Penal ReformMy argument is that imprisonment should be abolished for property offences. The focus is on what may be termed ‘pure property offences’, that is, leaving aside offences intended to v... READ MORE

Is Restorative Justice the Way Forward for Criminal Justice?

Source: (2003) In Eugene McLaughlin, Ross Fergusson, Gordon Hughes and Louise Westmarland, eds., Restorative Justice: Critical Issues. London: Sage Publications in association with The Open University. Pp. 164-181.“Is restorative justice the ... READ MORE

Specifying Aims and Limits for Restorative Justice: A 'Making Amends' Model?

Source: (2003) In, Andrew von Hirsch, et. al., eds., Restorative Justice and Criminal Justice: Competing or Reconcilable Paradigms? Oxford and Portland, Orgeon: Hart Publishing. Pp. 21-42.In this essay, the authors explore the feasibility of clari... READ MORE

Principled Sentencing. Readings on Theory and Policy

Source: (1998) Oxford: Hart Publishing.Principled Sentencing offers students of law, legal philosophy, criminology and criminal justice an excellent selection of the best available readings on the moral and philosophical issues in sentencing theor... READ MORE

Restorative Justice

Source: (1998) Chapter 7. In, Andrew von Hirsch and Andrew Ashworth, eds., Principled Sentencing. Readings on Theory and Policy. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 300-311.In their book Principled Sentencing: Readings on Theory and Policy, Andrew von Hirsch... READ MORE

Desert and the Three Rs

Source: (1998) Ch. 7.3 In, Andrew von Hirsch and Andrew Ashworth, eds., Principled Sentencing. Readings on Theory and Policy. Oxford: Hart Publishing. P. 331-336In this essay, Andrew Ashworth and Andrew von Hirsch continue their debate with Philip... READ MORE

Responsibilities, Rights and Restorative Justice

Source: (2002) British Journal of Criminology 42:578-595. Reprinted in Restorative Justice. Declan Roche (2003), ed. Pp. 179-196. The International Library of Essays in Law & Legal Theory, Second Series. Aldershot, Hants, England: Dartmouth/Ashgat... READ MORE