Systemic Injustice

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 2

Systemic Injustice
Mike Mansfield, pages -

Abstract

In spite of the spectacular series of overturned convictions in the early 1990s, nothing has fundamentally changed for wrongly convicted defendants. In fact, the many changes introduced by Michael Howard have loaded the machinery even more heavily in favour of the prosecution.

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