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The views expressed in this report are those of the author, not necessarily those of the Home Office (nor do they reflect Government policy). This report was commissioned by the Crime and Criminal Justice Unit (CCJU). CCJU is based in the Research, Development and Statistics (RDS) Directorate of the Home Office. The Unit carries out and commissions research(More)
Investigations on aqueous and nonaqueous media have shown that the dust particles of lithium/aluminium alloy are readily soluble in blood serum. Concentration of 10 mg A1 and 3 mg Li in 1 l serum constitute the saturation values in human blood serum at 20 degrees C. Further observations are intended to clarify the danger at the workplace. With a short-term(More)
Research on the efficacy of criminal law intervention involves social processes and due to its nature, the processes require the use of qualitative methods. It is about processes of change, about development, or fixation and about the influence, various criminal law interventions exert onto these processes. In addition there is the content of the subject(More)
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