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  1. Weeks 17-23 ASPECTS OF IMPRISONMENT 88 items
    (Week 21 – week beginning 12 February is supervised study week)
    1. Essential reading on Imprisonment: 2 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading chapter 8

      2. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading chapter 9

    2. Highly recommended: 2 items
      1. Prisoners' rights: principles and practice - Susan M. Easton 2011

        Book Recommended reading chapters 3 - 8

      2. Also useful are the reports of the Chief Inspector of Prisons, HMPPS,  the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman, and the websites of the Prison Reform Trust and the Howard League.

    3. Optional reading and references for prison lectures: 77 items
      1. Power and resistance in prison: doing time, doing freedom - Thomas Ugelvik, Stephen G. Evans 2014

        Book Other reading

      2. Understanding Prison Riots: Towards a Threshold Theory - Arjen Boin, William A.R. Rattray 01/01/2004

        Article Other reading

      3. Foundations of offender rehabilitation - Sharon Casey, Andrew Day, James Vess, Tony Ward 2013

        Book Other reading

      4. The penal system: an introduction - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, George Mair 2013

        Book Other reading

      5. European penology? - Tom Daems, Sonja Snacken, Dirk Van Zyl Smit 2013

        Book Other reading

      6. The penal landscape: the Howard League guide to criminal justice in England and Wales - Anita Dockley, Ian Loader, Howard League for Penal Reform 2013

        Book Other reading

      7. Convict criminology: inside and out - Rod Earle 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book Other reading

      8. Where next for criminal justice? - David Faulkner, Ros Burnett 2012

        Book Other reading

      9. Prison education and training in Europe: current state-of-play and challenges - GHK Consulting., Jo Hawley, Ilona Murphy, Manuel Souto-Otero 2013

        Document Other reading

      10. HMI Prisons Annual Report 2017-18 - HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales 2018

        Document Other reading

      11. Resettlement Provision for Adult Offenders: accommodation and education, training and employment - HM Inspectorate of Prisons, HM Inspectorate of Probation, Ofsted 2014

        Document Other reading

      12. An Inspection of Through the Gate Resettlement Services for Prisoners Serving 12 Months or More - A joint inspection by HM Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Prisons

        Document Other reading

      13. Prison Safety, Sixth Report of Session 2015-16 - House of Commons Justice Committee 2016

        Document Other reading

      14. Remand prisoners: a thematic review - HM Inspectorate of Prisons 2012

        Document Other reading

      15. Prisoner resettlement: policy and practice - Anthea Hucklesby, Lystra Hagley-Dickinson 2007

        Book Other reading

      16. Unjust Deserts: Imprisonment for Public Protection - Jessica Jacobson, Mike Hough 2010

        Document Other reading

      17. Prison readings: a critical introduction to prisons and imprisonment - Yvonne Jewkes, Helen Johnston 2006

        Book Other reading

      18. Contrasting prisoners' rights: a comparative examination of Germany and England - Liora Lazarus 2004

        Book Other reading

      19. Prisons and their moral performance: a study of values, quality, and prison life - Alison Liebling, Helen Arnold 2005

        Book Other reading

      20. The effects of imprisonment - Alison Liebling, Shadd Maruna c2005

        Book Other reading

      21. Breaking the cycle: Government response - Ministry of Justice 2011

        Document Other reading

      22. Prisoners, solitude, and time - Ian O'Donnell 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Other reading

      23. Prisons, terrorism and extremism: critical issues in management, radicalisation and reform

        Chapter Other reading Read Chapter 11, pp.160-168. Terrorism, extremism, radicalization and the offender management system in England and Wales

      24. Being imprisoned: punishment, adaptation and desistance - Marguerite Schinkel 2014

        Book Other reading

      25. Offender rehabilitation and therapeutic communities: enabling change the TC way - Alisa Stevens 2014

        Book Other reading

      26. The penal voluntary sector - Philippa Tomczak 2018

        Book Other reading

      27. Power and resistance in prison: doing time, doing freedom - Thomas Ugelvik, Stephen G. Evans 2014

        Book Other reading

      28. Principles of European prison law and policy: penology and human rights - Dirk Van Zyl Smit, Sonja Snacken 2009

        Book Other reading

    4. Sources of law 6 items
      1. The Prison Rules 1999

        Legislation Other reading SI 1999, no 728.

    5. Cases 1 item
      1. Cases

        Napier v Scottish Ministers (2005) CSIH 16

        Edwards v UK (2002) 35 EHRRR 19,

        Ezeh & Connors v UK [2002] 35 EHRR 28.

        Hirst v UK  No. 2 App No 74025/01 (2005), (No.2) (2006) 42 EHRR 41.

        James, Wells and Lee v the UK (App Nos    25119/09 57715/09 57877/09), 18 September 2012.

        Keenan v UK (2001) 33 EHRR 38.

        Secretary of State for Justice v Walker; Secretary of State for Justice v James 2008 EWCA Civ 30, Secretary of State for Justice v James (formerly Walker and another) [2009] UKHL

         

         

        R ( on the application of Rowen) v the Governor HMP Kirkham and the Secretary of State for Justice (3 July 2009) CO/5471 Admin.

         

        see also cases in reading for Seminar 8/Prisoners' Rights

  2. Week 19 Prison Privatisation 15 items
    1. Privatisation 15 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading ch 8

      2. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading Chapter 8.5

      3. Further reading 13 items
        1. Punishment and society

          Journal Recommended reading Vol 4 No 3 special issue on prison privatisation.

        2. Against Privatisation As Such - Avihay Dorfman, Alon Harel 06/2016

          Article Recommended reading

        3. Privatizing prisons: rhetoric and reality - Adrian L. James 1997

          Book Recommended reading

        4. The penal landscape: the Howard League guide to criminal justice in England and Wales - Anita Dockley, Ian Loader, Howard League for Penal Reform 2013

          Book Recommended reading

        5. The penal voluntary sector - Philippa Tomczak 2018

          Book Recommended reading

  3. Weeks 20 & 22: The experience of imprisonment 64 items
    1. Recommended reading 3 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 9

      2. Prisoners' rights: principles and practice - Susan M. Easton 2011

        Book Recommended reading Chapter 7

    2. Women 31 items
      1. Optional reading: 31 items
        1. Women in the penal system: second report on women with particular vulnerabilities in the criminal justice system - All Party Parliamentary Group on Women in the Penal System, Joan Corston 2011

          Document Other reading

        2. Sentencing and criminal justice - Andrew Ashworth 2010

          Book Other reading Read chapter 7.

        3. Women, crime and criminal justice: a global enquiry - Rosemary Barberet 2014

          Book Other reading

        4. In the shadow of prison: families, imprisonment and criminal justice - Helen Codd 2008

          Book Other reading

        5. The Gendered Pains of Life Imprisonment - Ben Crewe, Susie Hulley, Serena Wright 12/01/2017

          Article 

        6. Brighter futures working together to reduce women’s offending - Pilgrim Trust, Prison Reform Trust 2014

          Document Other reading

        7. Mothers in prison - Diane Caddle, Debbie Crisp 1997

          Document Other reading

        8. Women offenders: after the Corston Report - House of Commons Justice Committee 2013–14

          Document Other reading

        9. Women in prison: a thematic review - Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons 1997

          Document Other reading

        10. House of Commons Justice Committee (2015) Women Offenders:   follow -up,

          London HC 849.

        11. Strategic objectives for female offenders - Helen Grant, Ministry of Justice 2012

          Document Other reading

        12. The incarceration of women: punishing bodies, breaking spirits - Linda Moore, Phil Scraton 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Other reading

        13. A distinct approach: a guide to working with women offenders - National Offender Management Service Women and Equalities Group 2012

          Document Other reading

        14. What works with women offenders - Rosemary Sheehan, Gill McIvor, Chris Trotter 2007

          Book Other reading

    3. Ethnic minorities 12 items
      1. Optional further reading: 12 items
        1. Race Matters in British Prisons - Leonidas K. Cheliotis, Alison Liebling 01/03/2006

          Article Recommended reading

        2. Report of the inquiry into the death of Zahid Mubarek HC1082 - The Honourable Mr Justice Keith 2006

          Document Other reading

        3. People in prison: Gypsies, Romany and Travellers - HM Inspectorate of Prisons 2014

          Document Other reading

        4. New directions in race, ethnicity and crime 2014

          Book Other reading

    4. Religious minorities 5 items
      1. Muslim prisoners’ experiences: a thematic review - HM Chief Inspector of Prisons 2010

        Document Other reading

      2. Muslim converts in prison - Basia Spalek, Salah El-Hassan May 2007

        Article Other reading

    5. Older prisoners 6 items
      1. Older prisoners: a follow up the 2004 thematic review - HM Chief Inspector of Prisons 2008

        Document Other reading

      2. Older women in the criminal justice system: running out of time - Azrini Wahidin 2004

        Book Other reading

      3. Older prisoners: Fifth Report of Session 2013-14 - House of Commons Justice Committee 2013

        Document Other reading

      4. Ageing, gender and family law

        Chapter Other reading Read Chapter 9, pp.142-58. Older prisoners, gender and family life.

    6. Prisoners with disabilities 6 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Other reading Read 9: 9.10.5

      2. Disability among prisoners - Kathryn Thomson 27/09/2012

        Article Other reading

    7. Transgender prisoners: 1 item
  4. WEEK 23: CHALLENGING PRISON CONDITIONS: HUMAN RIGHTS, FAIRNESS AND JUSTICE 25 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading Read Chapter 8 : 8.6

    2. Further reading on prisoners’ rights: 19 items
      1. In the shadow of prison: families, imprisonment and criminal justice - Codd, Helen 2008

        Book Other reading

      2. Prisoners' rights: principles and practice - Susan M. Easton 2011

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters 6 and 8.

      3. Should prisoners be allowed to vote? - Susan Easton, Tim Black, Mandeep K Dhami 12/2012

        Article Other reading

      4. The politics of the prison and the prisoner: zoon politikon - Susan M. Easton 2018

        Book Other reading Chapters 3 and 4

      5. Criminal disenfranchisement in an international perspective - Alec C. Ewald, Brandon Rottinghaus c2009

        Book Other reading

      6. Voting eligibility (Prisoners) draft bill - Ministry of Justice 2012

        Document Other reading

    3. Background to debate on human rights: 5 items
      1. A UK Bill of Rights? The choice before us [2 volumes] - Commission on a Bill of Rights 2012

        Document Other reading

      2. Key Cases:

        Raymond v Honey [1983] 1 AC 1

        Hirst v UK (2006) 42 EHRR 41

        R (Mellor ) v Home Secretary [2002] QB 13.

        Dickson v UK (2007) 44 EHRR 21

        R (Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice and another [2009] WLR (D) 316;

        R (Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice and McGeogh v Lord President of the Council and Anor (2013) UKSC 63

        R (AB) v Secretary of State for Justice and Governor of HMP Manchester (2009) EWHC 220 Admin (on transgender prisoners)

        Frodl v Austria Application No. 20201/04 (8 April 2010)

        Greens and MT v UK, Application Nos. 60041/08 and 60054/08 (23 November 2010).

        Scoppola v Italy (No.3) App No 126/05 (18 January 2011, 2 November 2011) Grand

        Chamber   (22 May 2012)

        Vinter and others v UK (App. Nos. 66069/09, 130/10 and 3896/10) 9th July 2013

        Moohan and Gillon v The Lord Advocate [2o14] CSIH 56

        Firth and Others v UK App Nos. 47784/09 and 47806/09 (12 August 2014)

        Delvigne CaseC650/13 ECJ (6 October 2015)

        McHugh and Others v the United Kingdom  App. No. 51979/08 and 1,014 others (10 February 2015)

        R (on the application of Barbara Gordon-Jones v Secretary of State for Justice and the Governor of HMP Send, (5 December 20140 EWHC 3997 Admin.

        R (on the application of Bourgass and another)  v Secretary of State for Justice [2015] UKSC 54


         

  5. WEEKS 24-27 SENTENCING ISSUES 20 items
    1. WEEK 24 20 items
      1. DISCRETION and SENTENCING GUIDANCE (JC) 20 items
        1. Essential reading 2 items
          1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

            Book Other reading Read chapter 2

          2. Coroners and Justice Act 2009

            Legislation Other reading ss 118-136 (re Sentencing Council), especially s 121 about ‘Sentencing ranges’ which not only sets out what the new Sentencing Council must put in its guidelines but also points up important issues in sentencing discretion.

        2. Recommended: 3 items
          1. Sentencing council website

            Website Recommended reading Try all of the ‘How can we help you’ links

        3. Further reading: 8 items
          1. Sentencing guidelines: exploring the English model 2013

            Book Other reading [This book discusses the issues raised by the sentencing guidelines in England and Wales including the role of public opinion and the role of the victim.]

          2. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

            Book Other reading Read A. Ashworth and J. Roberts, ‘Sentencing’.

          3. Sentencing: time for a paradigm shift - Ralph J. Henham 2014

            Book Other reading [This book focuses on debates including the treatment of gender and race in sentencing, and the future role of sentencing in criminal justice governance.]

          4. Crown Court Sentencing Survey: Annual Publication January to December 2014 England and Wales 2015

            Document Other reading [Chapter 6 deals with departures from the guidelines in relation to assault, burglary and drug offences.]

          5. Five years of the Sentencing Council - Andrew Ashworth, Nicola Padfield 2015

            Article Other reading

        4. More references (very optional) 7 items
          1. Sentencing and criminal justice - Andrew Ashworth 2010

            Book Other reading Chapters 1 and 2.

          2. Please also note that the Law Commission has been working on preparation of a new Sentencing Code which will consolidate and rationalise the current law. Further information is available on the L.C. webpage.

          3. A New Sentencing Code for England and Wales Transition – Final Report and Recommendations - Law Commission 2016

            Document Other reading Read Law Commission (2016) A New Sentencing Code for England and Wales: Transition, Final Report and Recommendations Law Commission No 365, HC 30, London Law Commission.

  6. Week 25 38 items
    1. SERIOUSNESS AND PROPORTIONALITY (JC) 2 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading On pp. 75/6 and 79/80 of Easton and Piper Sentencing and Punishment (4th ed) there you will find a table and a checklist which will be useful for the sentencing part of this module: you may wish to photocopy them for reference.

      2. Background: The Criminal Justice Act (CJA) 1991 was very important: it was amended in some crucial respects but largely re-enacted in the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act (PCCSA) 2000. After a review of sentencing in 2001 under the chairmanship of Halliday: Home Office: Making Punishments Work: Report of the Review of the Sentencing Framework for England and Wales, the government proposed changes to the law in the White Paper, Justice for All (Home Office). These were incorporated in the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) 2003 which is still the main statute for this module. The sentencing framework in the CJA 2003 has elements from the 1991 Act and some crucial differences. There have also been amendments since, notably by the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 and the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012.

    2. CALCULATING SERIOUSNESS: 24 items
      1. Essential reading: 6 items
        1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

          Book Essential reading Read chapter 3

        2. Oxford University Press | Online Resource Centre | Easton & Piper: Sentencing and Punishment 4e

          Webpage Essential reading Also look at the relevant ‘Developments’ section for Chapters 2 and 3 on the book’s OUP online resources centre

        3. Coroners and Justice Act 2009

          Legislation Essential reading ss 120-121.

        4. Criminal Justice Act 2003

          Document Essential reading especially ss 142, 143, 144, 148, 152

      2. And one or more of the following: 6 items
        1. Causing death by driving: definitive guideline 2008

          Document Recommended reading especially pp. 2-7

        2. Attempted Murder: Definitive Guideline 2009

          Document Recommended reading especially pp. 1-4 and 9-10

        3. Research on sentencing online fraud offences - Jane Kerr, Rachael Owen, Carol McNaughton Nicholls, Mark Button 2013

          Document Recommended reading

      3. Cases referred to: 1 item
        1.  

          R v Cox (1993) 14 Cr.App.R.(S.) 479; [1993] Crim.L.R. 152

          R v Cunningham (1993) 14 Cr.App.R.(S.) 444; [1993] Crim.L.R. 149

          R v Howell and Other Appeals CA [1999] 1 ALL ER 50.

          R v P and Blackburn [2007] EWCA Crim 2290 [This case gives detailed advice about the approach to sentencing where the defendant has given assistance to the police in the context of the provisions in the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005, ss.73-75.]

           

      4. Optional reading re just deserts: 6 items
        1. Sentencing and criminal justice - Andrew Ashworth 2010

          Book Other reading chapter 5 on ‘Aggravation and mitigation’.

        2. Recognising elephants: the problem of the custody threshold - Andrew Ashworth, Andrew Von Hirsch 1997

          Article Other reading

        3. Punishing persistent offenders: previous convictions and the sentencing process - Julian V. Roberts 2007

          Book Other reading

        4. Mitigation and aggravation at sentencing - Julian V. Roberts 2011 (electronic resource)

          Book Other reading

      5. Optional reading on victim’s role: 5 items
        for browsing only
        1. Improving the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime 2013

          Webpage Other reading This revised victims’ code was issued by the Ministry of Justice in October 2013 to replace the 2006 version.

    3. CALCULATING PROPORTIONALITY 12 items
      1. Essential Reading 3 items
        1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

          Book Essential reading pp 92-100 (establishing proportionality), 196-200 and Chapter 7 (for discussion of impact and further arguments about taking account of personal mitigation)

        2. Criminal Justice Act 2003

          Journal Essential reading sections 142-154, 166, 174-6.

      2. Relevant cases: 3 items
        1. R v R (Informer: Reduction in sentence) [2002] EWCA Crim 267

          (See Guideline Judgments Case Compendium at p.10 and p.15 respectively: via http://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/guidelines/other-guidelines.htm)

           

        2. Seed v Stark [2007] Crim LR 501 (effect of mcs on custody threshold, inter alia)

        3. R v Neville [2016] Crim LR 368-70 (on previous convictions)

      3. Optional reading 6 items
        1. Attitudes to Guilty Plea Sentence Reductions - William Dawes, Paul Harvey, Brian McIntosh, Fay Nunney 2011

          Document Other reading [This research for the Sentencing Council reviews the attitudes of victims and witnesses.]

        2. Disproportionate Sentences as Human Rights Violations - Dirk van Zyl Smit, Andrew Ashworth 07/2004

          Article Other reading

        3. Proportionate sentencing: exploring the principles - Andrew Von Hirsch, Andrew Ashworth 2005

          Book Other reading [KM587V66] especially chapter 6 on sentencing levels.

  7. WEEK 26 16 items
    1. SENTENCING ON RISK and MANAGING RISK IN THE COMMUNITY (JC) 16 items
      1. Essential reading: 7 items
        1. NOTE: Sections 122-128 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) 2012 made significant changes to the orders available to sentence offenders who are deemed to be a risk to the public. The changes came into force on Dec 3rd 2012.

        2. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

          Book Essential reading Chapter 5

        3. Criminal Justice Act 2003

          Journal Essential reading Part 12, Chapter 5, especially ss 224-229

        4. Cases 2 items
          1. There are notes on the 1st two cases on the ORC:

            R v Saunders (Red) [2013] EWCA Crim 1027 (CA (Crim Div)) 

            Vinter and others v UK (App. Nos. 66069/09, 130/10 and 3896/10) 9th July 2013

            Att-Gen's Reference No. 55 of 2008, R v C & others [2008] EWCA Crim 2790, [2009] 2 Cr App r (S) 142 (see para 6)

            R v Costello [2010] EWCA Crim 371.

            R v Lang and others [2005] EWCA Crim 2684.

          2. Guidelines Judgments Case Compenium

            Document Essential reading R v McNee, Russell and Gunn [2007] EWCA Crim 1529 (date of judgment: 3 May 2007)

      2. If possible read one of these: 9 items
        1. Sentencing and criminal justice

          Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 6.

        2. Very Optional 5 items
          1. Other cases mentioned:

            R v Johnson and others [2006] EWCA Crim 2486; [2007] 1 CAR (S) 112

            re pre-2008 Act issues:

            R v Birch (1989) 11 CR App R (S) 202 [re serious harm pre-1991 Act]

            R v Offen No 2 (2001) 2 Cr App R (S) 10 (HRA challenge to previous legislation)

            R v Virgo [1989] Crim.L.R. 233.

  8. Week 27 MENTALLY DISORDERED OFFENDERS (JC) 19 items
    1. Essential reading 4 items
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading Chapter 5 & Chapter 6, 6.4

      2.  Mental Health Act 1983 as amended by the Mental Health Act 2007

         

         

         

      3. Magistrates Courts sentencing guidelines 2008

        Document Recommended reading - no longer appears to have information about sentencing mentally disordered offenders although ‘mental disorder or learning disability’ features on lists relevant to lower culpability or personal mitigation.

    2. Optional reading and lecture references: 12 items
      1. Unjust deserts: imprisonment for public protection - Jessica Jacobson, Mike Hough

        Document Recommended reading

      2. Statistics of mentally disordered offenders 2008 - Ministry of Justice 2010

        Document Recommended reading

      3. Statistics of mentally disordered offenders 2008 - Ministry of Justice 2010

        Document Recommended reading This is the last such publication: the statistics on mentally disordered offenders are now in the Offender Management Statistics Quarterly Bulletins and generally cover only restricted patients and may not be in the 2013 stats: available

      4. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner, Mike Maguire 2012

        Book Recommended reading Peay, J. (2012) ‘Mentally disordered offenders, mental health and crime’

      5. The Oxford handbook of criminology

        Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 28, pp. 639-662, Mental Health, Mental Disabilities and Crime

      6. Mental health, crime and criminal justice: responses and reforms 2016

        Book Recommended reading

      7. Punishment and Society

        Journal Recommended reading special issue: The Maelstrom of Punishment: Mental Illness, Intellectual Disability and Cognitive Impairment, July 2017

    3. Older texts: 3 items
  9. Week 28 - revision session 0 items
  10. SEMINAR 6 PRISONERS’ RIGHTS (SE) 26 items
    1. Essential reading: 1 item
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading Read pp 287-296

    2. Further reading: 20 items
      1. In the shadow of prison: families, imprisonment and criminal justice - Helen Codd 2008

        Book Recommended reading

      2. Prisoners' rights: principles and practice - Susan M. Easton 2011

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters 6 & 8

      3. Should prisoners be allowed to vote? - Susan Easton, Tim Black, Mandeep K Dhami 12/2012

        Article Recommended reading

      4. The politics of the prison and the prisoner: zoon politikon

        Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 4, pp. 86-121. Losing citizenship in prison

      5. Criminal disenfranchisement in an international perspective - Alec C. Ewald, Brandon Rottinghaus c2009

        Book Recommended reading

      6. Civil death: An examination of ex-felon disenfranchisement and reintegration - Bryan Lee Miller, Joseph F Spillane 10/2012

        Article Recommended reading

      7. Human rights booklet for prisoners - Aimee Emby 2014

        Document Recommended reading

    3. Background to debate on human rights: 4 items
      1. A UK Bill of Rights? The Choice Before Us Volume 2: Annexes - Commission on a Bill of Rights 2012

        Document Other reading

    4. Key Cases 1 item
      1. Raymond v Honey [1983] 1 AC 1

        Hirst v UK (2006) 42 EHRR 41

        R (Mellor ) v Home Secretary [2002] QB 13.

        Dickson v UK (2007) 44 EHRR 21

        R (Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice and another [2009] WLR (D) 316;

        R (Chester) v Secretary of State for Justice and McGeogh v Lord President of the Council and Anor (2013) UKSC 63

        R (AB) v Secretary of State for Justice and Governor of HMP Manchester (2009) EWHC 220 Admin (on transgender prisoners)

        Frodl v Austria Application No. 20201/04 (8 April 2010)

        Greens and MT v UK, Application Nos. 60041/08 and 60054/08 (23 November 2010).

        Scoppola v Italy (No.3) App No 126/05 (18 January 2011, 2 November 2011) Grand

        Chamber   (22 May 2012)

        Vinter and others v UK (App. Nos. 66069/09, 130/10 and 3896/10) 9th July 2013

        Moohan and Gillon v The Lord Advocate [2014] CSIH 56

        Firth and Others v UK App Nos. 47784/09 and 47806/09 (12 August 2014)

        Delvigne CaseC650/13 ECJ (6 October 2015)

        McHugh and Others v the United Kingdom  App. No. 51979/08 and 1,014 others (10 February 2015)

        R (on the application of Barbara Gordon-Jones v Secretary of State for Justice and the Governor of HMP Send, (5 December 20140 EWHC 3997 Admin.

        The Queen acting on the application of the Howard League and the Prisoners' Advice Service v the Lord Chancellor EWHC (Admin) 709 (17 March 2014)
        http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2014/709.html

        R (on the application of Bourgass and another)  v Secretary of State for Justice [2015] UKSC 54

         

  11. SEMINAR 7 HOW TO ANSWER A SENTENCING PROBLEM (JC) 4 items
    1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

      Book Recommended reading You might find helpful the checklist provided in section 3.2.2 of the textbook

    2. Research on sentencing online fraud offences - Jane Kerr, Rachael Owen, Carol McNaughton Nicholls, Mark Button 2013

      Document Recommended reading

  12. SEMINAR 8 (SE) RISK AND INCAPACITATION 10 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

        Book Essential reading chapter 5: Risk and danger See also reading for term 1 on incapacitation and on risk

    2. Further optional reading: 5 items
      1. Unjust Deserts: imprisonment for public protection - Jessica Jacobson, Mike Hough 2010

        Document Other reading

    3. CASES 1 item
      1. Cases 

        Secretary of State for Justice v Walker; Secretary of State for Justice v James [2008] EWCA Civ 30, (2009) UKHL 22

        James, Wells and Lee v the UK (App Nos    25119/09 57715/09 57877/09), 18 September 2012.

        Vinter and others v UK (App. Nos. 66069/09, 130/10 and 3896/10) 9th July 2013

         

    4. Further optional reading on mass incarceration: 3 items
      1. Mass imprisonment: social causes and consequences - David Garland 2001

        Book Other reading

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