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TitleComparative criminal procedure
Author edited by Jacqueline E. Ross, Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law, USA; Stephen C. Thaman, Professor of Law, Saint Louis University School of Law, USA
ImprintCheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016
Descript x, 557 pages ; 25 cm


Introduction: Mapping dialogue and change in comparative criminal procedure / Jacqueline E. Ross and Stephen H. Thaman -- Limits on the search for truth in criminal procedure : a comparative view / Jenia Iontcheva Turner -- Ensuring the factual reliability of criminal convictions : reasoned judgments or a return to formal rules of evidence? / Stephan C. Thaman -- Anticipatory bail in India : addressing misuse of the criminal justice process? / Vikramaditya S. Khanna and Kartikey Mahajan -- Mechanisms for screening prosecutorial charging decisions in the United States and Taiwan / Tzu-te Wen and Andrew D. Leipold -- Standards for making factual determinations in arrest and pre-trial detention : a comparative analysis of law and practice / Richard Vogler and Sharhrzad Fouladvand -- Procedural economy in pre-trial procedure : developments in Germany and the United States / Shawn Marie Boyne -- From the domestic to the European : an empirical approach to comparative custodial legal advice / Jacqueline S. Hodgson -- Comparative perspective on the exclusionary rule in search and seizure cases / Christopher Slobogin -- Silence, self-incrimination, and hazards of globalization / Jason Mazzone -- Rumba justice and the Spanish jury trial / Elisabeth Grande -- Japan's lay judge system / David T. Johnson -- The French case for requiring juries to give reasons : safeguarding defendants or guarding the judges? / Mathilde Cohen -- Special investigative techniques in post-Soviet states : the divide between preventive policing and criminal investigation / Nikolai Kovalev and Stephen C. Thaman -- The emergence of foreign intelligence investigations as alternatives to the criminal process : a view of American counterterrorism surveillance through German lenses / Jacqueline E. Ross -- Strength, weakness, or both? : on the endurance of the adversarial-inquisitorial systems in comparative criminal procedure / Mâaximo Langer

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