Criminal Justice Under the UK Human Rights Act - Dynamic Interaction Between Domestic and International Law
The UK criminal justice system has been subject to the protections of the European Convention on Human Rights since the right to individual petition to the European Court of Human Rights was granted to UK citizens in 1966. The Convention rights became the subject of domestic UK litigation with the Human Rights Act 1998. This essay demonstrates how, both before and after the Human Rights Act, UK courts and legislators have sought to reconcile common law approaches to protecting rights and...[Show more]
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