Nature of Offence in UK Law

  • The tribunal for serious fraud ‐ the continental European experience
    • Núm. 11-1, Enero 2004
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 28-37
    Outlines the extent and nature of white‐collar crime in Germany, and examines the attitudes towards sanctions against this type of offence in the work of the special tribunals in Germany and other ...
    ...... over the years, enumerates those oenceswhich, by their very nature, are considered to formthe bulk of white-collar crime in Germany. ......
  • In Court
    • Núm. 36-4, Diciembre 1989
    • Probation Journal
    ...... Monks (The Times, July 27 1989)the Court held that an offence could. Gatekeepina Custody for. ...Nature of offence : Cases where the. ......
  • Benefit of Probation
    • Núm. 3-3, Noviembre 1938
    • Probation Journal
    ......, character, health, mental con- dition, antecedents, trivial nature of the offence or extenuating circumstances. Which is it? I fear ......
  • Working With Clients in the Group Setting or Diversionary Therapy
    • Núm. 18-2, Junio 1972
    • Probation Journal
    ...... There was, of course the novelty of the activity, but the nature of the activity itself enabled an end product to be seen which ... year some 75 per cent were not convicted of any other offence during the currency of their membership. Thirdly, that among the ......
  • Parole Old and New
    • Núm. 41-4, Diciembre 1994
    • Probation Journal
    ......ostrich to shame persists amongst the . because of the nature of their offence; 14 . ......
  • The Use of Small Groups in Prison
    • Núm. 16-3, Septiembre 1970
    • Probation Journal
    ...... identifiable areas of difficulty: the motivation for their offences, the problems created by the serving of a sentence of ...No weight was given to nature of offence, personal circumstances, length of sentence, or time ......
  • Henry Forger: A Psychological Study Of the Criminal Alias
    • Núm. 10-1, Marzo 1977
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    ...... and the name under which he was charged for his most recent offence, his race, marital status, education, number of previous offences, the length of his current sentence, and the nature of the most recent offence. Results Of the 262 inmates surveyed 120 ......
  • Police Disposal of Female Detainees: An Examination of Police Practice in Seven London Stations
    • Núm. 2-1, Marzo 2000
    • International Journal of Police Science and Management
    A study of mentally disordered people in London police stations allowed the authors to obtain information on everyone arrested and brought to those stations. This paper presents the data in respect...
    ......When arrests for loitering are excluded, and matched for type of offence, the pattern of disposal was for women to be cautioned more often ... by ethnicity Black r,Vhite Other Chi N % N % N % Square p Nature of offence 15.8 .001 Non-notifiable 24 28 114 51 13 43 Notifiable ......
  • Sentencing Children for Sexual Offending: A Prequel Case Study
    • Núm. 17-3, Diciembre 2017
    • Youth Justice
    ...... and approach in Part 1 and more particularly the Sexual Offences Guideline (SOG) in Part 2. 1 R v. W . : The Sexual Offending On a single ... very young age but also the number of victims, their age and the nature of the offences, a cus- todial sentence of some length should have been ......
  • Borderline sentencing
    • Núm. 7-3, Agosto 2007
    • Criminology & Criminal Justice
    This article draws together findings from two related studies of sentencing in England and Wales, and Scotland. It examines how sentencers in the two jurisdictions differ in their sentencing decisi...
    ...... in reaching their decisions, among which the legal category of the offence under sentence was often subsidiary to other considerations. The main ... use of imprisonment could not be explained by differences in the nature of the cases coming before the courts. His sub- sequent research on ......
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