ISSN 2045-9238

Law, Crime & History


Law, Crime and History Volume 6 Issue 2 (2016)



Karol Siemaszko, Criminal Liability for Statements in the Light of the Case Law Generated by Regional Courts in Regions Incorporated into Poland Following World War II, 1-14

Karin Speedy, Arab Castaways’/’French Escapees’: Mobilities, Border Protection and White Australia, 15-30

Raluca Enescu and Anja Werner
, The Legal Capacity of Deaf Persons in the Decisions of the Imperial Court of Justice between 1880 and 1900, 31-53

Stephen Badeo, 'Robin Hood the Brute: Representations of the Outlaw in Eighteenth Century Criminal Biography, 54-70

John Walliss, '‘The Great Portion of the Scum of Society’? Representations of Execution Crowds in the Lancashire Press, 1830-1868, 71-90

Book Reviews

David Plater, The Origins of Modern Financial Crime: Historical Foundations and Current Problems in Britain, 91-94

Ian Marsh, ‘Print Culture, Crime and Justice in 18th Century London’, 95-97

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