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An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice. / Hodgetts, Chaynee; MacPartholán, Cathál.

Yn: Criminal Law Review, Cyfrol 2021, Rhif 1, 01.2021, t. 34-55.

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Hodgetts C, MacPartholán C. 2021. An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice. Criminal Law Review. 2021(1):34-55.

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Hodgetts, Chaynee a Cathál MacPartholán. "An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice". Criminal Law Review. 2021, 2021(1). 34-55.

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Hodgetts C, MacPartholán C. An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice. Criminal Law Review. 2021 Jan;2021(1):34-55.

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Hodgetts, Chaynee ; MacPartholán, Cathál. / An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice. Yn: Criminal Law Review. 2021 ; Cyfrol 2021, Rhif 1. tt. 34-55.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - An Evolution in Devolution? The Commission on Justice in Wales & Welsh Criminal Justice

AU - Hodgetts, Chaynee

AU - MacPartholán, Cathál

PY - 2021/1

Y1 - 2021/1

N2 - This article examines, contextualises, and evaluates the findings of Lord Thomas’ 2019 Commission on Justice in Wales Report, in the context of Wales’ criminal justice system. It explores the findings of Chapter Four of the Report ("Criminal Justice"), contextualising and highlighting the main conclusions reached by the Report, before exploring the potential implications of their implementation. This article thus addresses a broad range of issues relevant to Wales’ criminal justice system, including: funding; transparency and accountability of the courts; the position of victims of crime; the position of defendants; devolution and criminal justice governance; equality and diversity; policing; PCC-style FRAs; mental health crisis response; PCSOs; bail and RUIs; the CPS; prosecution rates; the age of criminal responsibility; youth justice; probation; prisons; and devolution. The article considers the Report’s proposal that Wales’ criminal justice system should be fully devolved to Wales, and explores this, in context, offering conclusions and suggestions throughout.

AB - This article examines, contextualises, and evaluates the findings of Lord Thomas’ 2019 Commission on Justice in Wales Report, in the context of Wales’ criminal justice system. It explores the findings of Chapter Four of the Report ("Criminal Justice"), contextualising and highlighting the main conclusions reached by the Report, before exploring the potential implications of their implementation. This article thus addresses a broad range of issues relevant to Wales’ criminal justice system, including: funding; transparency and accountability of the courts; the position of victims of crime; the position of defendants; devolution and criminal justice governance; equality and diversity; policing; PCC-style FRAs; mental health crisis response; PCSOs; bail and RUIs; the CPS; prosecution rates; the age of criminal responsibility; youth justice; probation; prisons; and devolution. The article considers the Report’s proposal that Wales’ criminal justice system should be fully devolved to Wales, and explores this, in context, offering conclusions and suggestions throughout.

M3 - Article

VL - 2021

SP - 34

EP - 55

JO - Criminal Law Review

JF - Criminal Law Review

SN - 0011-135X

IS - 1

ER -