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A Guide to Human Rights in Scotland

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Scots Law This highly regarded work, written by two distinguished authors, explores the impact of human rights legislation in Scotland and provides a comprehensive review of ECHR jurisprudence and relevant domestic legislation and case law as well as an overview of Strasbourg enforcement machinery. Key developments covered in this edition include particularly important decisions on devolution legislation, the effect of delay in criminal proceedings, and the scope of the guarantee of an independent and impartial tribunal under Article 6. The implications of hundreds of other new cases on topics including mental health, childcare, prisoners and sentencing are also considered. Updated information new Council of Europe initiatives and websites, as well as new comparative material, has been added.

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Author(s):
Reed, Robert; Murdoch, Jim
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1845920740
ISBN-13:
9781845920746
Number of pages:
915
Publisher:
Tottel

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Scots Law This highly regarded work, written by two distinguished authors, explores the impact of human rights legislation in Scotland and provides a comprehensive review of ECHR jurisprudence and relevant domestic legislation and case law as well as an overview of Strasbourg enforcement machinery. Key developments covered in this edition include particularly important decisions on devolution legislation, the effect of delay in criminal proceedings, and the scope of the guarantee of an independent and impartial tribunal under Article 6. The implications of hundreds of other new cases on topics including mental health, childcare, prisoners and sentencing are also considered. Updated information new Council of Europe initiatives and websites, as well as new comparative material, has been added.

Author(s):
Reed, Robert; Murdoch, Jim
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1845920740
ISBN-13:
9781845920746
Number of pages:
915
Publisher:
Tottel

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