ISSN 2045-9238

Law, Crime & History


Law, Crime and History Volume 4 Issue 2 (2014)



Kate Bates, Empathy or Entertainment? The Form and Function of Violent Crime Narratives in Early-Nineteenth Century Broadsides, 1-27

Cerian Charlotte Griffiths, The Prisoners’ Counsel Act 1836: Doctrine, Advocacy and the Criminal Trial, 28-47

Ellen Leichtman, Smedley D. Butler and the Militarisation of the Philadelphia Police, 1924-1925, 48-69

Research Reflections

John Kirkhope, Researching the Arcane: The Duchy of Cornwall and How a Country Lawyer was Radicalised, 70-81

Book Reviews

Vivien Miller,
Pain and Retribution: A Short History of British Prisons, 82-86

Kim Stevenson, Final Judgement: the Last Law Lords and the Supreme Court, 87-90

Conference Reports

Judith Rowbotham and Fiona Tate, The Global Summit: End Sexual Violence in Conflict Now, 91-98


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