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Admitting evidence by agreement: recalibrating managerialism and adversarialism in Crown Court criminal trials (2021)
Journal Article
THOMASON, M. (2021). Admitting evidence by agreement: recalibrating managerialism and adversarialism in Crown Court criminal trials. Criminal Law Review, 2021(9), 727-752

This paper challenges the orthodox academic view which assumes that the admissibility of evidence in Crown Court criminal trials is primarily regulated by rules of evidence. Instead, it offers an account, based on original empirical data (trial obser... Read More about Admitting evidence by agreement: recalibrating managerialism and adversarialism in Crown Court criminal trials.

Sexual deviance in prison: Queering identity and intimacy in prison research (2020)
Journal Article
Carr, N., Serisier, T., & McAlister, S. (2020). Sexual deviance in prison: Queering identity and intimacy in prison research. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 20(5), 551-563. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895820937401

Recent years have seen increased attention in both research and policy towards Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) prisoners as a group with distinct needs. This has been driven by wider political recognition of LGBT rights and research su... Read More about Sexual deviance in prison: Queering identity and intimacy in prison research.

A legitimate business? Representations of privatised probation in England and Wales (2020)
Journal Article
Carr, N., & Robinson, G. (2020). A legitimate business? Representations of privatised probation in England and Wales. Crime, Media, Culture, https://doi.org/10.1177/1741659020903771

The Transforming Rehabilitation reforms implemented in England & Wales in 2014 witnessed the transfer of responsibility for a large proportion of the work of the public sector probation service to 21 newly created Community Rehabilitation Companies (... Read More about A legitimate business? Representations of privatised probation in England and Wales.