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The State Of Rule 3.8: Prosecutorial Ethics Reform Since Ethics 2000, Niki Kuckes
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Wrongful Conviction, Lawyer Incompetence And English Law - Some Recent Themes, Geoffrey Bennett
Viewed from a distance the outward appearances of the English Legal System might look reassuringly stable. In fact, nothing could be further from the case. During the last ten years almost every facet of the system, even the constitutional order, has been radically overhauled, or at least significantly modified. The whole system of civil procedure has been recast, after over a hundred years of relatively little major modification, in an attempt to simplify and expedite proceedings with a new emphasis on judicial case management. Perhaps most important of all, the Human Rights Act 1998, which has been effective from October …