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by Jörg-Martin Jehle,Marianne Wade

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  • ISBN 3540339582
  • ISBN13 978-3540339588
  • Language English
  • Author Jörg-Martin Jehle,Marianne Wade
  • Publisher Springer; 2006 edition (October 9, 2006)
  • Pages 333
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1544 kb
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This book describes the results of a six-nation study of how criminal justice agencies in England and Wales, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden have reacted to high crime rates and punitiveness. The book details how various solutions have been adopted, involving diversion of cases from courts, increases in financial penalties imposed by police or prosecutors without full court hearings and the introduction in some countries of "administrative offences".


Authors: Jehle, Jörg-Martin, Wade, Marianne. The prosecution service is regarded as a part of the criminal justice system; a coherent system under pressure to deal with high numbers of cases.

Authors: Jehle, Jörg-Martin, Wade, Marianne. eBook 128,39 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Within this system the prosecution level is increasingly becoming the decisive stage reducing its workload by means of simplified methods and proceedings.

Jorg-Martin Jehle, Marianne Wade, This book describes the results of a six-nation study of how criminal justice agencies in England and Wales, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden have reacted to high crime rates and punitiveness. The book details how various solutions have been adopted, involving diversion of cases from courts, increases in financial penalties imposed by police or prosecutors without full court hearings and the introduction in some countries of "administrative offences". Categories: Jurisprudence\Criminology, Forensic Science.

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Basically, there are three different methods for coping with the caseload problem in criminal justice systems: (1) decriminalization of material law, (2) discretionary powers on the police and prosecution service level, and (3) summary or alternative proceedings. A fourth option-in accordance with the principle of legality-would consist of continuing to bring all cases to court. Recommended publications. Coping with overloaded criminal justice systems: The rise of prosecutorial power across Europe.

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