Hearing in UK Law
- Awaiting Court Hearing
A fair ‘hearing’
Voice identification evidence, identifying an offender by the sound of their voice, is sometimes the only means of identifying someone who has committed a crime. Auditory memory is, however, associ...
- The Preliminary Hearing: Canadian Practice
Hearing voices and befriending schemes
Purpose: This Research Watch seeks to summarise two recent research papers. The first examines the case for understanding hearing voices as part of normal experience, while the second looks at befr...
‘Hearing the Right Gaps’
The barriers that prevent or delay female victims of sexual assault from disclosing to criminal justice authorities, and the obstacles that often disincline professional and lay decision-makers fro...
- The Right to a Newton Hearing
- Hearing and Consultation Procedure in France
Qualitatively exploring hearing voices network support groups
Purpose: – The distress that is associated with auditory hallucinations, or voices, is well documented. However, increasingly research into this phenomenon is also capturing those who cope with the...
- Book Review: Political Theory: Foucault and the Politics of Hearing
- 'Entitled To Have a Hearing': Due Process in the I890S
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