This thesis sets out to provide a deep analysis of the mechanisms for review of convictions in New Zealand and England after initial appeal rights are exhausted, and to identify the key areas of similarity and difference between these systems, the reasons for these differences, and their implications.
The appeal systems in each jurisdiction are briefly examined, alongside the pressures and restrictions on their functioning. Particular at ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||Malcolm David Birdling;|
|Key phrase||criminal procedure miscarriages of justice wrongful convictions criminal appeals New Zealand England CCRC criminal cases review commission Royal prerogative of mercy|