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Title Adversarial versus inquisitorial justice : psychological perspectives on criminal justice systems / edited by Peter J. van Koppen and Steven D. Penrod
Published New York ; London : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, [2003]
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Description x, 437 pages ; 24 cm
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Series Perspectives in law & psychology ; v. 17
Perspectives in law & psychology ; v. 17
Contents Machine derived contents note: CHAPTER 1. ADVERSARIAL OR INQUISITORIAL: COMPARING SYSTEMS 1 -- Peter J. van Koppen and Steven D. Penrod -- -- Comparing Systems 2 -- Dutch Inquisition and American Adversaries 5 -- The Lives and Times of a Dutch and an American Suspect 6 -- Which System Is Better? 15 -- Subjects Not Covered 17 -- This Volume 17 -- -- CHAPTER 2. ADVERSARIAL OR INQUISITORIAL: Do WE HAVE A CHOICE? 21 -- Hans F.M. Crombag -- -- CHAPTER 3. AN EMPIRICALLY BASED COMPARISON OF AMERICAN AND -- EUROPEAN REGULATORY APPROACHES TO POLICE INVESTIGATION 27 -- Christopher Slobogin -- -- Search and Seizure 28 -- Interrogation 40 -- Conclusion 52 -- -- CHAPTER 4. "WE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILD, BUT -- ONLY IF YOU CONFESS": POLICE INTERROGATIONS IN -- ENGLAND AND THE NETHERLANDS 55 -- Aldert Vrij -- -- Attitude Change in the Interrogation Room 57 -- Interviewing Suspects in England 59 -- -- -- -- Reasons to Confess 59 -- Quality of the Interview 63 -- Search for the Truth 63 -- Open-mindedness 64 -- Fair Interviewing and the Use of Tactics 66 -- The Presence of an Appropriate Adult 67 -- The Presence of a Legal Adviser 69 -- Summary 70 -- Interviewing Suspects in the Netherlands 70 -- Conclusion 79 -- -- -- CHAPTER 5. VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENT IN AMERICAN LAW 81 -- John Monahan -- -- State of the Science 82 -- State of the Law 85 -- Conclusion 88 -- -- CHAPTER 6. THE DUAL NATURE OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC PRACTICE: -- RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT UNDER THE DUTCH -- TBS-ORDER 91 -- Corine De Ruiter and Martin Hildebrand -- -- Juridical Framework 92 -- Competence to Stand Trial 95 -- The Diminished Responsibility Doctrine 96 -- Psychiatric Disorders in TBS Patients 98 -- Treatment under the TBS Order 99 -- Violence Risk Assessment and Management -- under the TBS Order 103 -- Strengths and Weaknesses 105 -- -- -- CHAPTER 7. THE DEATH PENALTY AND ADVERSARIAL JUSTICE -- IN THE UNITED STATES 107 -- Samuel R. Gross -- -- Inadequate Resources for Legal Representation 108 -- Arbitariness and Discrimination 110 -- Errors 113 -- Conclusion 116 -- -- -- -- CHAPTER 8. TAKING RECOVERED MEMORIES TO COURT 119 -- Harald Merckelbach -- -- A Prototypical Case 120 -- What Does It Mean When You Say That Recovered -- Memories Are Essentially Accurate? 121 -- Some More Statistics 123 -- Professional Attitudes 125 -- Mounting the Witness Stand 126 -- Clinical versus Judicial Decision-Making 127 -- Conclusion 129 -- -- CHAPTER 9. ADVERSARIAL INFLUENCES ON THE INTERROGATION -- OF TRIAL WITNESSES 131 -- Roger C. Park -- -- Precepts of Contemporary Cross-Examination 132 -- Exceptions to the Low-Risk Precepts 142 -- Comparison of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Incentives 143 -- When Can Adversarial Cross-Examination Elicit New Facts? 145 -- Prophylactic Effect of Cross-Examination in -- Deterring Deception 160 -- Caveat: Other Benefits of Cross-Examination 163 -- The Costs and Harms of Cross-Examination 163 -- Caveat: Trial Cross-Examination in the -- Context of Associated Procedures 165 -- Closing Comment 166 -- -- CHAPTER 10. CHILDREN IN COURT 167 -- Ingrid M. Cordon, Gail S. Goodman, and Stacey J. Anderson -- -- Background on Assumptions of the Adversarial System 168 -- Children's Knowledge of the Court 169 -- Children's Understanding of Legal Terminology 170 -- Competence Examinations 173 -- Direct-Examination and Cross-Examination 175 -- Children's Ability to Cope Emotionally 177 -- Emotional Effects of Children's Courtroom Experiences 179 -- Alternative Methods for Obtaining and Admitting -- Children's Evidence 180 -- Conclusions 189 -- -- -- -- CHAPTER 11. IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE IN GERMANY AND -- THE UNITED STATES: COMMON SENSE ASSUMPTIONS, EMPIRICAL -- EVIDENCE, GUIDELINES, AND JUDICIAL PRACTICES 191 -- Siegfried L. Sporer and Brian L. Cutler -- -- Identification Evidence in the German Legal Literature: -- From Past to the Present 192 -- Procedural Rules and Recommendations for -- Lineups in Germany 194 -- German Supreme Court Decisions 197 -- Identification Procedures in the United States 201 -- Conclusions 207 -- -- CHAPTER 12. EXPERT EVIDENCE: THE STATE OF THE LAW IN THE -- NETHERLANDS AND THE UNITED STATES 209 -- Petra T.C. van Kampen -- -- Securing Expert Assistance 211 -- The Rules of Discovery 216 -- Admissibility and Decision Rules on Expert Evidence 220 -- The Right to Confrontation 226 -- The Right to Compulsory Process 231 -- Expert Evidence in the Netherlands and the United States: -- Different Shades of Gray 233 -- -- CHAPTER 13. EXPERT WITNESSES IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES . 235 -- Michael J. Saks -- -- Preliminary Considerations 235 -- The Adversarial System: In Theory and In Practice 236 -- The Civil Law System: In Theory and In Practice 240 -- Conclusion 243 -- -- CHAPTER 14. THE ROLE OF THE FORENSIC EXPERT IN -- AN INQUISITORIAL SYSTEM 245 -- Ton Broeders -- -- Written Reports 246 -- Evaluation of Forensic Evidence 247 -- Quality Assurance 248 -- Limitations of Quality Assurance 248 -- Independent Experts, Partisan Experts, and Hired Guns 250 -- -- -- -- Recent Developments: DNA, the European -- -- -- -- CHAPTER 15. PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERT WITNESSES IN GERMANY -- -- -- Claudia Kndornschild and Peter 1, van Kop pen -- -- -- Mviethodi 256 -- Forensic Psychological Assessment 257 -- Restriction to Credibility Assessment 258 -- Appointment of an Expert Witness 258 -- Ordering a Credibility Assessment 260 -- The Instructions to Psychological Experts 262 -- Conducting a Credibility Assessment 262 -- The Quality of the Assessments 274 -- Cionclusions 281 -- -- CHAPTER 16. PREVENTING BAD PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE -- IN THE NETH4ERLANDS AND THE UNITED STATES 283 -- Peter 1. van Koppen and Michael 1. Saks -- -- Two Prostitutes andrTheir Pimp 283 -- The Standards for Expert Witnesses 286 -- Psychologists versus Forensic Psychologists 287 -- The Expertise of the Psychologist 290 -- Methods for Evaluating Witness Statements 293 -- Protecting Courts against CBCA 294 -- Experts and Counter Experts 298 -- Standards for Expert Psychologists 304 -- -- CHAPTER 17. STYLES OF TRIAL PROCEDURE AT THE INTERNATIONAL -- CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA 309 -- Francis J. Pakes -- -- Characteristics of the lICTV 311 -- The Performance of the Tribunal 312 -- The Present Study 313 -- Concluding Remrarks 318 -- -- -- -- CHAPTER 18. CONVERGENCE AND COMPLEMENTARITY BETWEEN -- PROFESSIONAL JUDGES AND LAY ADJUDICATORS 321 -- Shari Seidman Diamond -- -- Through the Eyes of the Judge 322 -- Agreement and Disagreement between LayPersons and -- Professional Judges 325 -- Beyond Agreement: Other Jury Attributes 328 -- Conclusion 331 -- -- CHAPTER 19. THE PRINCIPLE OF OPEN JUSTICE IN THE NETHERLANDS 333 -- Ruth Hoekstra and Marijke Malsch -- -- Side-Effects of Open Justice 334 -- Transparency of Criminal Process: The Right of -- Access to the Documents in a Case 335 -- Public Hearing 338 -- The Principle of Immediacy 339 -- The News Media versus the Public Gallery 341 -- Study on the Public Gallery 342 -- Conclusions 345 -- -- CHAPTER 20. THE JOHN WAYNE AND JUDGE DEE VERSIONS OF JUSTICE 347 -- Peter J. van Koppen and Steven D. Penrod -- -- Different Forms of Justice? 348 -- The Compromising Society 349 -- The Judge Dee Model of Justice 351 -- The Contending Society 351 -- The Criminal Justice Systems 354 -- Pretrial 355 -- At Trial 357 -- Conclusions 367 -- -- REFERENCES 369 -- -- ABOUT THE EDITORS 407 -- -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS 409 -- -- TABLE OF CASES 415 -- -- AUTHOR INDEX 419 -- -- SUBJECT INDEX 427
Analysis Criminal Psychology
Forensic Psychiatry
Expert Testimony
Jurisprudence
Judicial Role
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Criminal justice, Administration of -- Psychological aspects.
Criminal investigation -- Psychological aspects.
Judicial process -- Psychological aspects.
Criminal Psychology.
Expert Testimony.
Forensic Psychiatry.
Judicial Role.
Jurisprudence.
Genre/Form Aufsatzsammlung
Author Koppen, P. J. van.
Penrod, Steven.
LC no. 2002034115
ISBN 0306473623 :