Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases: An Evaluation

Frazer McCallum, Peter Robert Duff

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Abstract

Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings No. 42
Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases:
an Evaluation

Frazer McCallum and Professor Peter Duff: Aberdeen University

This research was commissioned by The Scottish Office to investigate the impact of changes, introduced by the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1995, relating to intermediate diets, first diets and the agreement of evidence. The research covered district, sheriff summary and sheriff and jury cases and the impact of the legislation on the progress of cases and on prosecution witnesses was examined in detail.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTSO
ISBN (Print)07480 9409 1
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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NameCrime and Criminal Justice Research Findings
No.42

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McCallum, F., & Duff, P. R. (2000). Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases: An Evaluation. (Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings; No. 42). TSO.

Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases : An Evaluation. / McCallum, Frazer; Duff, Peter Robert.

TSO, 2000. (Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings; No. 42).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

McCallum, F & Duff, PR 2000, Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases: An Evaluation. Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings, no. 42, TSO.
McCallum F, Duff PR. Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases: An Evaluation. TSO, 2000. (Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings; 42).
McCallum, Frazer ; Duff, Peter Robert. / Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases : An Evaluation. TSO, 2000. (Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings; 42).
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