• Publications
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Blackstone's Guide to the Sexual Offences Act 2003
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Children of Misfortune: Parallels in the Cases of Child Murderers Thompson and Venables, Barratt and Bradley
Were Victorian attitudes towards child murderers harsher than those now? The parallel cases of the notorious Bulger and Burgess murders, 1993 and 1861, demonstrate any such assumption is simplistic.Expand
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Unequivocal Victims: The Historical Roots of the Mystification of the Female Complainant in Rape Cases
Historically, numbers of women complainants in rape trials have been regarded suspiciously, or prejudiced in that their credibility has been seriously called into question, or undermined, both fromExpand
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Crime News in Modern Britain
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"Crimes of Moral Outrage": Victorian Encryptions of Sexual Violence
Sexual attacks perpetrated on women in public places, particularly rape and indecent assault, were regularly reported in the Victorian press, often accompanied with dramatic headlines such as “MoralExpand
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Truth, law and hate in the virtual marketplace of ideas: perspectives on the regulation of Internet content
Rising international concern about the problem of hate speech on the Internet has led to calls for greater regulation. The Internet is arguably a true marketplace of ideas but one where ‘dangerousExpand
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