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Title Pre-trial detention in 20th and 21st Century Common Law and Civil Law Systems / edited by Marion Charret-Del Bove and Fabrice Mourlon
Published Newcastle Upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
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Summary Pre-trial detention refers to the period when a person, after being arrested, is detained so as to determine the nature of the offences and the characterization of the charges. This notion is part and parcel of the legal proceedings of a criminal investigation and aims at striking a fragile balance between protecting the State and respecting individual freedoms. Lots of examples can be quoted to illustrate the various pre-trial detention modalities in common law and civil law traditions, incl .
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters
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Subject Detention of persons.
Pre-trial procedure.
Form Electronic book
Author Charret-Del Bove, Marion.
Mourlon, Fabrice, 1967-
ISBN 1306906962 (ebk)
1443861847 (electronic bk.)
9781306906968 (ebk)
9781443861847 (electronic bk.)