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(p. 83) 4. The prosecution process 

(p. 83) 4. The prosecution process
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(p. 83) 4. The prosecution process
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Anthea Hucklesby

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10.1093/he/9780199694969.003.0004
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date: 19 June 2019

This chapter explores issues relating to the prosecution process. It introduces some of the main theoretical and conceptual issues with the prosecution process, and considers a number of key trends in recent criminal justice law and policy. The discussions cover the agencies involved in the prosecution process; making sense of the criminal justice process; diminishing defendants' rights; and differential treatment.

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