Victims and the Criminal Trial (Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology) (Hardcover)
Chapter 1. Victims and the Criminal Trial Process.- Chapter 2. Pre-Trial Processes: Arrest, Bail, Discovery and Prosecution Decision-Making.- Chapter 3. Alternative Pathways: Restoration, Intervention and Community Justice.- Chapter 4. Trial by Jury.- Chapter 5. Sentencing.- Chapter 6. Appeals, Punishment and Parole.- Chapter 7. Compensation and Victim Assistance.- Chapter 8. Extra Curial Rights, Declarations and the Rise of the Commissioner of Victim Rights.- Chapter 9. Victims and Substantive and Procedural Justice.
Tyrone Kirchengast is Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of New South Wales, Australia. His research focuses on criminal law and justice, with particular interest in victims of crime, comparative criminal justice, and the development of institutions of criminal law and justice. He has published widely on the integration of victims in the criminal trial and is the author of The Victim in Criminal Law and Justice (2006), The Criminal Trial in Law and Discourse (2010) and Criminal Law in Australia (with L. Finlay, 2014)