• Corpus ID: 140901960

English Criminal Procedure under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights: Implications for Custodial Interrogation Practices

@article{Toney2002EnglishCP,
  title={English Criminal Procedure under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights: Implications for Custodial Interrogation Practices},
  author={Raymond J. Toney},
  journal={Houston Journal of International Law},
  year={2002},
  volume={24},
  pages={411}
}
I. INTRODUCTION In the English legal system, the criminally accused has a general right to a fair trial by a jury of peers. The trial is a rigorous exercise in the regulation of the flow of information from and between the parties, information on which the jury ultimately will be required to make its finding of guilt or innocence. The trial is conducted in accordance with detailed rules governing the admissibility and use of evidence. Few would dispute that these rules are essential to ensure… 
A Comparative View of the Law of Interrogation
Forty years ago, when the U.S. Supreme Court fashioned the Miranda procedure to safeguard the rights of suspects subject to police interrogation, the procedure and its exclusionary remedy were
Criminal Interrogation and the Right to Remain Silent — A Study of the Hong Kong Customs Service
Hong Kong has come to a turning point in the implementation of the right to silence after its sovereignty reverted to mainland China in 1997. While the United Kingdom began to draw adverse inferences
The Principle of Equality of Arms in International Criminal Proceedings
This book studies the interpretation and application of the principle of equality of arms in proceedings before several international criminal courts. The coming of age of these institutions merits
Special investigative measures: Comparison of the Serbian Criminal Procedure Code with the European Court of Human Rights Standards
This paper is focused on several important issues that deal with special investigation measures. The main perspective of the analysis is based on the ECtHR case law on this issue. Two issues are from
Safety from False Convictions
This book provides readers with an exploration of ways to reduce the rate of false convictions in the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system should be seen as a Safety-Critical System,
Special investigative actions in Baltic countries
The authors in this paper deal with special investigative actions in Baltic countries. Special investigative measures today represent one of the most important measures in the fight against serious
Validating the Normative Value and Legal Recognition of the Principle of Equality of Arms in Criminal Proceedings in Botswana
  • R. Cole
  • Law
    Journal of African Law
  • 2011
Abstract The principle of equality of arms is firmly entrenched in the jurisprudence of international tribunals, but hardly at all in domestic systems. This article argues for the principle to be