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Dna Databases And Innocent Persons: Lessons From Scotland?, Liz Campbell 2010 University of Aberdeen

Dna Databases And Innocent Persons: Lessons From Scotland?, Liz Campbell

Liz Campbell

Databases of DNA samples are increasingly seen as a key element in the investigation of criminality, by providing a mechanism for detecting and resolving crimes effectively and expeditiously and by circumventing the need for new genetic tests of specific suspects in the context of each criminal inquiry. These factors, in addition to exonerative and deterrent effects, lend weight to the pragmatic argument that samples collected from all individuals who come to the attention of the police should be included in DNA databases, so as to enhance the likelihood of a successful match between a crime-scene sample and stored DNA. Holding ...


Regulación De Riesgos: Una Doble Aproximación A Partir Del Análisis Económico Del Derecho, Daniel Monroy 2010 Universidad Externado de Colombia

Regulación De Riesgos: Una Doble Aproximación A Partir Del Análisis Económico Del Derecho, Daniel Monroy

Daniel A Monroy C

The risks problem has been analyzed from the traditional point of view of the Economic Analysis of Law, as well as from the perspectives of tort law and contract law. While in this last one, contracts are considered to function as a mechanism to risks transfer, in the first one it is accepted that the law works like a mechanism for the individuals to internalize the associated costs of damages that are not considered by contracts; by this same token, where the function of contracts in the risks issue ends, the function of tort law begins. However, whereas the contracts ...


A Rights-Based Analysis Of Dna Retention: “Non-Conviction” Databases And The Liberal State, Liz Campbell 2010 University of Aberdeen

A Rights-Based Analysis Of Dna Retention: “Non-Conviction” Databases And The Liberal State, Liz Campbell

Liz Campbell

This article explores the implications for human rights of retaining a person’s DNA when there has been no conviction in the courts. The right to privacy, the presumption of innocence and the interest in not being stigmatised by the State are considered in turn, to determine if they pose a challenge to the retention of an innocent person’s genetic material.


Prisoners In 2009, Heather C. West, William J. Sabol, Sarah J. Greenman 2010 Hamline University

Prisoners In 2009, Heather C. West, William J. Sabol, Sarah J. Greenman

Sarah Greenman

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Hope And Betrayal On Death Row, David Cole 2010 Georgetown University Law Center

Hope And Betrayal On Death Row, David Cole

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

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Independent Correctional Oversight Mechanisms Across The United States: A 50-State Inventory, Michele Deitch 2010 University of Texas

Independent Correctional Oversight Mechanisms Across The United States: A 50-State Inventory, Michele Deitch

Pace Law Review

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Annotated Bibliography On Independent Prison Oversight, Michele Deitch 2010 University of Texas

Annotated Bibliography On Independent Prison Oversight, Michele Deitch

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


Getting To Yes In A Plra World, Elizabeth Alexander 2010 Pace University

Getting To Yes In A Plra World, Elizabeth Alexander

Pace Law Review

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Effective Corrections Oversight: What Can We Learn From Aca Standards And Accreditation?, David M. Bogard 2010 Pulitzer/Bogard & Associates

Effective Corrections Oversight: What Can We Learn From Aca Standards And Accreditation?, David M. Bogard

Pace Law Review

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Accrediting The Accreditors: A New Paradigm For Correctional Oversight, Lynn S. Branham 2010 Pace University

Accrediting The Accreditors: A New Paradigm For Correctional Oversight, Lynn S. Branham

Pace Law Review

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Reflections On A Government Model Of Correctional Oversight, Richard T. Wolf 2010 New York City Board of Correction

Reflections On A Government Model Of Correctional Oversight, Richard T. Wolf

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


Ensuring Progress: Accountability Standards Recommended By The National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, Jamie Fellner 2010 Human Rights Watch

Ensuring Progress: Accountability Standards Recommended By The National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, Jamie Fellner

Pace Law Review

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Role Of The Correctional Association Of New York In A New Paradigm Of Prison Monitoring, Jack Beck 2010 Prison Visiting Project of the Correctional Association of New York

Role Of The Correctional Association Of New York In A New Paradigm Of Prison Monitoring, Jack Beck

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


Oversight Of Law Enforcement Is Beneficial And Needed—Both Inside And Out, Barbara Attard 2010 National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement

Oversight Of Law Enforcement Is Beneficial And Needed—Both Inside And Out, Barbara Attard

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Civilian Organizations With Prison Access And Citizen Members—The New York Experience, John M. Brickman 2010 Pace University

The Role Of Civilian Organizations With Prison Access And Citizen Members—The New York Experience, John M. Brickman

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


Prison Inspection And The Protection Of Prisoners’ Rights, Anne Owers 2010 Pace University

Prison Inspection And The Protection Of Prisoners’ Rights, Anne Owers

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Citizens And Non-Profit Advocacy Organizations In Providing Oversight, Vivien Stern 2010 International Centre for Prison Studies, King's College

The Role Of Citizens And Non-Profit Advocacy Organizations In Providing Oversight, Vivien Stern

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Ombudsman As A Monitor Of Human Rights In Canadian Federal Corrections, Howard Sapers, Ivan Zinger 2010 Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada

The Ombudsman As A Monitor Of Human Rights In Canadian Federal Corrections, Howard Sapers, Ivan Zinger

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


Professionalism In Corrections And The Need For External Scrutiny: An International Overview, Andrew Coyle 2010 University of London

Professionalism In Corrections And The Need For External Scrutiny: An International Overview, Andrew Coyle

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Importance Of Dialogue And Cooperation In Prison Oversight, Silvia Casale 2010 Pace University

The Importance Of Dialogue And Cooperation In Prison Oversight, Silvia Casale

Pace Law Review

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