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Privacy and the Criminal Law.

Source: (2006) Antwerpen-Oxford: Intersentia."Privacy is a central value in liberal political theory -- a value that is now enshrined in the European Convention on Human rights: but what does privacy involve, and why should it be so important? The... READ MORE

“Introduction: Privacy and the Criminal Law.”

Source: (2006) In, Erik Claes, Antony Duff, and Serge Gutwirth. , eds., Privacy and the Criminal Law. Antwerpen-Oxford: Intersentia. PP. 1-10."We can divide the questions on the implications of privacy for the criminal law into three groups; each... READ MORE

Punishment and the Morality of Law.

Source: (2005) In Erik Claes, René Foqué, and Tony Peters, eds., Punishment, Restorative Justice and the Morality of Law. Antwerp; Oxford: Intersentia. Pp. 121-144.I will begin, in section 1, by making my topic a little more precise, to focus no... READ MORE

A Response to Walgrave, Van Stokkom, and Burms.

Source: (2005) In Erik Claes, René Foqué, and Tony Peters, eds., Punishment, Restorative Justice and the Morality of Law. Antwerp; Oxford: Intersentia. Pp. 179-182.Duff comments on responses to his paper “Punishment and the Morality of Law” ... READ MORE

Restoration and Retribution

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. 43-60.Antony Duff in this paper seeks to reconcile the controvers... READ MORE

Punishing Juveniles: Principles and Critique

Source: (2002) Oxford: Hart PublishingThis book consists of an interdisciplinary collection of essays by noted criminologists, educators, psychologists, and philosophers. The purpose for the book is to address key issues in the treatment of young ... READ MORE