- Title Pages
- Andrew Ashworth: A Tribute
- Editors’ Introduction
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- List of Contributors
- List of Abbreviations
- 1 Ashworth on Principles
- 2 Principles, Policies, and Politics of Criminal Law
- 3 Criminal Attempt, the Rule of Law, and Accountability in Criminal Law
- 4 Presuming Innocence
- 5 Fair Labelling and Social Solidarity
- 6 Distraction and Negligence
- 7 On Justifications and Excuses
- 8 Years of Provocation, Followed by a Loss of Control
- 9 Positive Obligations and Criminal Justice: Duties to Protect or Coerce?
- 10 Exploring Entrapment
- 11 Excluding Evidence as Protecting Constitutional or Human Rights?
- 12 Community Sanctions and European Human Rights Law
- 13 A System of International Criminal Justice for Human Rights Violations: What is the General Justification for its Existence?
- 14 Equality Before the Law and Equal Impact of Sanctions: Doing Justice to Differences in Wealth and Employment Status
- 15 Sentencing Women: Towards Gender Equality
- 16 Proportionate Sentencing and the Rule of Law
- 17 Concurrent and Consecutive Sentences Revisited
- 18 ‘Wrongful’ Acquittals and ‘Unduly Lenient’ Sentences—Misconceived Problems that Provoke Unjust Solutions
- Principles and Values in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice
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