Representing the interests of the applicants: lawyers and the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC)
Professor Jacqueline Hodgson research centres around criminal justice and comparative criminal justice. Her current work includes a study of the role of Criminal Cases Review Commission; research into the investigation and prosecution of terrorist offences in Britain and in France; the changing concept of prosecutorial independence in Britain and in France; the protection of suspects' rights within EU criminal justice.
She has recently completed a one year British Academy/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship which examined these issues within the broader framework of 'The Metamorphosis of Criminal Procedure in the 21st century: A Comparative Analysis'.
Her published work includes Standing Accused (1994, with McConville, Bridges and Pavlovic), Criminal Injustice (2000, with Belloni) and French Criminal Justice (2005); Suspects in Europe: Procedural Rights at the Investigative Stage of the Criminal Process in the European Union (2007, with Cape, Prakken and Spronken).
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