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Pre-Conviction Detention in International Criminal Trials

Life after Conviction at International Criminal Tribunals An Empirical Overview

Hong Kong's first criminal file-sharing conviction

Students with Criminal Convictions: Policies and Practices in Social Work Education

Editorial: Should Religious Convictions about Injustice Figure in Criminal Trials?

Social Work Admissions: Applicants with Criminal Convictions—The Challenge of Ethical Risk Assessment

Nancy A. Combs. Fact-Finding Without Facts. The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions

Exchange of Notes between Austria-Hungary and Turkey for the Enforcement of Criminal Convictions, signed at Constantinople, 24 October/23 December 1877

Exchange of Notes between Austria-Hungary and Italy relative to the Reciprocal Communication of Criminal Convictions, signed at Rome, 6 March/4 April 1872

Declaration between Brazil and Italy respecting the Reciprocal Communication of Criminal Convictions, signed at Rio de Janeiro, 2 June 1879

Exchange of Notes between Germany and Peru for the reciprocal Communication of Criminal Convictions, signed at Lima, 6 May 1901/21 April 1902

The Impact of Criminal Conviction Disclosure on the Self-reported Offending Profile of Social Work Students

R v Safi (Ali Ahmed) and ors, Appeal against conviction, (2003) EWCA Crim 1809, ILDC 253 (UK 2003), 6th June 2003, Criminal Division [EWCA Crim]

 

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Conviction is the key decision in the criminal process. Coming from the Latin convincere, it is the act of demonstrating that a person is guilty of an offence before a ...

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