Browsing Doctoral Degrees (Advanced Criminal Justice) by Subject "Theses--Law."
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A comparative analysis of the Bophuthatswana bill of rights from an international law perspective. (1984)It is difficult to define "human rights". Is it a political or a legal concept? Notwithstanding this difficulty which is primarily academic, Bophuthatswana has been able to entrench and enforce a justiciable Bill of Rights ...
A critical appraisal of Africa's response to the world's first permanent International Criminal Court. (2011)Abstract not available.
The rights of prisoners under the South African constitution : compatibility with international norms and standards. (2001)Prisoners' rights are human rights first. Any investigation of such rights has to have regard to that fact. In order to clearly understand the context within which prisoners' rights are provided for and protected or ...
The undefended accused on trial : justice in the lower courts. (1986)Due to the party-orientation and professional nature of the adversary mode of criminal procedure, the principles of a fair trial are best observed where the accused is represented by a lawyer. Given the advantages to be ...