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  • Govt. publication

    AGO

    Attorney General’s Guidelines on Disclosure - Annexe A

    2020 - Attorney Generals Office - London

    Lines of inquiry, of whatever kind, should be pursued only if they are reasonable in the context of the individual case. It is not the duty of the prosecution to comb through all the material in its possession (e.g. every word or byte of computer material) on the lookout for anything which might conceivably or speculatively undermine the case or assist the defence. The duty of the prosecution is to disclose material which might reasonably be considered capable of undermining its case or assisting the case for the accused which they become aware of, or to which their attention is drawn.

    In-text: (AGO, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: AGO, 2020. Attorney General’s Guidelines on Disclosure - Annexe A. London: Attorney Generals Office.

  • Govt. publication

    Attorney Generals Office

    Review of the efficiency and effectiveness of disclosure in the criminal justice system

    2018 - Attorney Generals Office - London

    In-text: (Attorney Generals Office, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Attorney Generals Office, 2018. Review of the efficiency and effectiveness of disclosure in the criminal justice system. London: Attorney Generals Office.

  • Govt. publication

    Attorney General's Office

    Attorney General’s Guidelines on Disclosure -

    2020 - Attorney Generals Office - London

    In-text: (Attorney General's Office, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Attorney General's Office, 2020. Attorney General’s Guidelines on Disclosure -. London: Attorney Generals Office, p.Foreword, Page 1.

  • Report

    Auld, R.

    Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales

    2001 - Ministry of Justice - London

    A criminal trial is not a game under which a guilty defendant should be provided with a sporting chance. It is a search for truth in accordance with the twin principles that the prosecution must prove its case and that a defendant is not obliged to inculpate himself, the object being to convict the guilty and acquit the innocent.

    In-text: (Auld, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Auld, R., 2001. Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales. Chapter 10: Preparing for Trial. [online] London: Ministry of Justice. Available at: <https://www.criminal-courts-review.org.uk/chpt10.pdf> [Accessed 22 October 2021].

  • Book

    Bahra, N. and Ramble, D.

    Tackling disclosure in the criminal courts

    2019 - Law Brief Publishing - Minhead

    In-text: (Bahra and Ramble, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Bahra, N. and Ramble, D., 2019. Tackling disclosure in the criminal courts. 1st ed. Minhead: Law Brief Publishing.

  • Newspaper

    Baker, N.

    'IT WASN'T AGAINST MY WILL' Bombshell text messages that cops withheld despite the fact they cleared innocent Liam Allan of rape

    2017 - The Sun

    In-text: (Baker, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Baker, N., 2017. 'IT WASN'T AGAINST MY WILL' Bombshell text messages that cops withheld despite the fact they cleared innocent Liam Allan of rape. The Sun, [online] Available at: <https://bit.ly/3Iaj8Wn> [Accessed 25 October 2021].

  • Newspaper

    Bowcott, O.

    Legal aid services are on brink of collapse, lawyers tell MPs

    2020 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Bowcott, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Bowcott, O., 2020. Legal aid services are on brink of collapse, lawyers tell MPs. The Guardian, [online] p.https://bit.ly/3lpucFt. Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/law/2020/oct/29/legal-aid-services-brink-collapse-lawyers-tell-mps-justice> [Accessed 30 November 2021].

  • Court case

    Bryant & Dickson

    1946 - The Court of Appeal

    In-text: (Bryant & Dickson, [1946])

    Your Bibliography: Bryant & Dickson [1946] [1946] 31 Cr App R 146 (The Court of Appeal).

  • Govt. publication

    CPS / National Police Chief Council

    The National Disclosure Standards

    2018 - CPS / National Police Chief Council - London

    MG6D

    In-text: (CPS / National Police Chief Council, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: CPS / National Police Chief Council, 2018. The National Disclosure Standards. London: CPS / National Police Chief Council.

  • Govt. publication

    CPS

    Disclosure

    2021 - CPS - London

    In-text: (CPS, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: CPS, 2021. Disclosure. London: CPS.

  • Govt. publication

    CPS

    Disclosure Manual: Chapter 3 - Roles and Responsibilities

    2021 - CPS - London

    In-text: (CPS, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: CPS, 2021. Disclosure Manual: Chapter 3 - Roles and Responsibilities. London: CPS.

  • Govt. publication

    CPS

    Disclosure Manual: Chapter 11 – Revelation to the prosecutor

    2021 - Crown Prosecution Service - London

    In-text: (CPS, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: CPS, 2021. Disclosure Manual: Chapter 11 – Revelation to the prosecutor. London: Crown Prosecution Service, p.34.

  • Govt. publication

    CPS

    National Disclosure Improvement Plan (NDIP) Report on Phase Two

    2021 - CPS - London

    In-text: (CPS, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: CPS, 2021. National Disclosure Improvement Plan (NDIP) Report on Phase Two. London: CPS.

  • Govt. publication

    Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC)

    Annual Report and Accounts 2015/16

    2016 - CCRC - London

    In-text: (Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), 2016. Annual Report and Accounts 2015/16. London: CCRC.

  • Legislation

    Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996

    1996 - HM Government - London

    In-text: (Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996)

    Your Bibliography: Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996.

  • Newspaper

    Emmerson, B.

    Prosecution in the dock

    1999 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Emmerson, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Emmerson, B., 1999. Prosecution in the dock. The Guardian, [online] Available at: <https://bit.ly/3xG77Dk> [Accessed 22 November 2021].

  • Book

    Gross

    Review of Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings

    2011 - Judiciary of England and Wales

    In-text: (Gross, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Gross, 2011. Review of Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings. Judiciary of England and Wales.

  • Presentation or lecture

    Gross

    DISCLOSURE - AGAIN

    2018 - Central Criminal Court Bar Mess, London

    In-text: (Gross, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Gross, 2018. DISCLOSURE - AGAIN.

  • Govt. publication

    Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services

    "State of Policing" The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales; 2017

    2017 - Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services - London

    In-text: (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, 2017. "State of Policing" The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales; 2017. London: Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services.

  • Govt. publication

    House of Commons Justice Committee

    Disclosure of evidence in criminal cases

    2018 - House of Commons - London

    In-text: (House of Commons Justice Committee, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: House of Commons Justice Committee, 2018. Disclosure of evidence in criminal cases. London: House of Commons.

  • Journal

    Johnston, E.

    (The lack of) disclosure and the constant drive for efficiency

    2017 - Criminal Law and Justice Weekly

    In-text: (Johnston, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Johnston, E., 2017. (The lack of) disclosure and the constant drive for efficiency. Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, [online] 181, pp.524-526. Available at: <https://bit.ly/3d66o4X> [Accessed 14 November 2021].

  • Magazine

    Kelcey, I.

    The disclosure debacle – a defence response?

    2021 - Law Society Gazette

    In-text: (Kelcey, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Kelcey, I., 2021. The disclosure debacle – a defence response?. Law Society Gazette, [online] Available at: <https://bit.ly/3loL92C> [Accessed 24 November 2021].

  • Court case

    Makanjuola v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis

    1992 - Queens Bench Division

    In-text: (Makanjuola v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, [1992])

    Your Bibliography: Makanjuola v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis [1992] 3 All ER 617 (Queens Bench Division).

  • Court case

    Marks v Beyfus

    1890 - Queens Bench Division

    In-text: (Marks v Beyfus, [1890])

    Your Bibliography: Marks v Beyfus [1890] [1890] 25 QBD 494 (Queens Bench Division).

  • Magazine

    May, P.

    ‘Buried alive’: The case of Judy Ward 25 years on

    2017 - The Justice Gap

    In-text: (May, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: May, P., 2017. ‘Buried alive’: The case of Judy Ward 25 years on. The Justice Gap, [online] Available at: <https://bit.ly/3I9f6O2> [Accessed 15 November 2021].

  • Blog

    McKay, S.

    Disclosure and Public Interest Immunity

    2019 - Covert Policing Law Blog

    In-text: (McKay, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: McKay, S., 2019. Disclosure and Public Interest Immunity. [Blog] Covert Policing Law Blog, Available at: <https://bit.ly/3xHQpmR> [Accessed 31 October 2021].

  • Govt. publication

    Ministry of Justice

    Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales

    2001 - HMSO - London

    In-text: (Ministry of Justice, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Ministry of Justice, 2001. Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales. London: HMSO.

  • Govt. publication

    Ministry of Justice

    Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (section 23(1)) Code of Practice

    2020 - HMSO - London

    In conducting an investigation, the investigator should pursue all reasonable lines of inquiry, whether these point towards or away from the suspect. What is reasonable in each case will depend on the particular circumstances. It is a matter for the investigator, with the assistance of the prosecutor if required, to decide what constitutes a reasonable line of inquiry in each case.

    In-text: (Ministry of Justice, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Ministry of Justice, 2020. Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (section 23(1)) Code of Practice. London: HMSO.

  • Report

    MPS/CPS

    A joint review of the disclosure process in R v Allan

    2018 - MPS/CPS - London

    In-text: (MPS/CPS, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: MPS/CPS, 2018. A joint review of the disclosure process in R v Allan. [online] London: MPS/CPS. Available at: <https://bit.ly/3rqwDLN> [Accessed 25 October 2021].

  • Report

    Norris, J.

    Disclosure Responsibilities of a Prosecuting Authority

    Kingsley Napley - London

    In-text: (Norris, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Norris, J., n.d. Disclosure Responsibilities of a Prosecuting Authority. [online] London: Kingsley Napley. Available at: <https://bit.ly/3xFQVSk> [Accessed 30 November 2021].

  • Newspaper

    Oliver, M.

    Miscarriages of justice

    2002 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Oliver, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Oliver, M., 2002. Miscarriages of justice. The Guardian, [online] Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/jan/15/ukcrime.markoliver> [Accessed 22 October 2021].

  • Journal

    Ormerod, D.

    Improving the Disclosure Regime

    2003 - The International Journal of Evidence & Proof

    In-text: (Ormerod, 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Ormerod, D., 2003. Improving the Disclosure Regime. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof, [online] 7(2), pp.102-129. Available at: <https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/136571270300700202> [Accessed 29 December 2021].

  • Journal

    Quirk, H.

    The Significance of Culture in Criminal Procedure Reform: Why the Revised Disclosure Scheme Cannot Work

    2006 - The International Journal of Evidence & Proof

    In-text: (Quirk, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Quirk, H., 2006. The Significance of Culture in Criminal Procedure Reform: Why the Revised Disclosure Scheme Cannot Work. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof, [online] 10(1), pp.42-59. Available at: <https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1350/ijep.2006.10.1.42>.

  • Court case

    R v Davis, Johnson & Rowe

    1993 - Court of Appeal

    In-text: (R v Davis, Johnson & Rowe, [1993])

    Your Bibliography: R v Davis, Johnson & Rowe [1993] [1993] 1 WLR 613 (Court of Appeal).

  • Court case

    R v H & C

    2004 - House of Lords

    In-text: (R v H & C, [2004])

    Your Bibliography: R v H & C [2004] UKHL 3 (House of Lords).

  • Court case

    R v Hennessey (Timothy)

    1978 - Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

    In-text: (R v Hennessey (Timothy), [1978])

    Your Bibliography: R v Hennessey (Timothy) [1978] (1978) 68 Cr App R 419 (Court of Appeal (Criminal Division).

  • Court case

    R v Patel

    2001 - Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

    In-text: (R v Patel, [2001])

    Your Bibliography: R v Patel [2001] [2001] EWCA Crim 2505. (Court of Appeal (Criminal Division).

  • Court case

    R v WARD

    1993 - Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

    In-text: (R v WARD, [1993])

    Your Bibliography: R v WARD [1993] [1993] 1 WLR 619 (Court of Appeal (Criminal Division).

  • Report

    Rahman, A. and Lennon, J.

    DISCLOSURE AND PII PROCEDURES

    2009 - Rahman Ravelli Solicitors - Halifax

    In-text: (Rahman and Lennon, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Rahman, A. and Lennon, J., 2009. DISCLOSURE AND PII PROCEDURES. [online] Halifax: Rahman Ravelli Solicitors. Available at: <https://www.rahmanravelli.co.uk/pr/pr-07-09.pdf> [Accessed 25 November 2021].

  • Website

    Rahman, A. and Lennon, J.

    INFORMANT EVIDENCE: TACTICTS AND STRATEGY

    2009 - Rahmanravelli.co.uk

    In-text: (Rahman and Lennon, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Rahman, A. and Lennon, J., 2009. INFORMANT EVIDENCE: TACTICTS AND STRATEGY. [online] Rahmanravelli.co.uk. Available at: <https://www.rahmanravelli.co.uk/pr/pr-05-05.pdf> [Accessed 1 November 2021].

  • Journal

    Ratcliffe, J. H.

    Intelligence-Led Policing

    2014 - Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice

    In-text: (Ratcliffe, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Ratcliffe, J., 2014. Intelligence-Led Policing. Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, [online] pp.2573-2581. Available at: <https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-1-4614-5690-2_270> [Accessed 24 October 2021].

  • Website

    The Criminal Procedure & Investigations Act 1996 (as amended).

    Sancussolutions.co.uk

    In-text: (The Criminal Procedure & Investigations Act 1996 (as amended)., n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Sancussolutions.co.uk. n.d. The Criminal Procedure & Investigations Act 1996 (as amended).. [online] Available at: <https://www.sancussolutions.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/CPIA-handout-MS.pdf> [Accessed 14 November 2021].

  • Journal

    Smith, T.

    The “near miss” of Liam Allan: Critical problems in police disclosure, investigation culture, and the resourcing of criminal justice

    2018 - Criminal Law Review

    In-text: (Smith, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, T., 2018. The “near miss” of Liam Allan: Critical problems in police disclosure, investigation culture, and the resourcing of criminal justice. Criminal Law Review, [online] pp.[2018] (9) Crim L R 711-731. Available at: <https://bit.ly/3I6lmpT> [Accessed 25 October 2021].

  • Book

    Stumer, A.

    The Presumption of Innocence

    2010 - Hart Publishing - Oxford

    Presumption of innocence

    In-text: (Stumer, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Stumer, A., 2010. The Presumption of Innocence. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

  • Legislation

    The Human Rights Act 1998

    2021 - UK Government - London

    In-text: (The Human Rights Act 1998)

    Your Bibliography: The Human Rights Act 1998.

  • Report

    The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice

    1993 - HMSO - London

    In-text: (The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, 1993)

    Your Bibliography: The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, 1993. [online] London: HMSO. Available at: <https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/271971/2263.pdf> [Accessed 19 October 2021].

  • Newspaper

    Ungoed-Thomas, J.

    Courts ‘are close to collapse over police disclosure failures’

    2021 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Ungoed-Thomas, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Ungoed-Thomas, J., 2021. Courts ‘are close to collapse over police disclosure failures’. The Guardian, [online] Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/law/2021/oct/31/courts-are-close-to-collapse-over-police-disclosure-failures> [Accessed 5 November 2021].

  • Blog

    Wilson, B.

    Disclosure failings: under-funded, under-trained and unfair

    2018 - Brett Wilson Criminal and Regulatory Law Blog

    In-text: (Wilson, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Wilson, B., 2018. Disclosure failings: under-funded, under-trained and unfair. [Blog] Brett Wilson Criminal and Regulatory Law Blog, Available at: <https://bit.ly/3lrdZPN> [Accessed 2 December 2021].

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