Using civil processes in pursuit of criminal law objectives: a case study of non-conviction based asset forfeiture

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King, Colin (2012)
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    1 1 Cowper 382 at 391.

    2 Cf. J. Hall, 'Interrelations of Criminal Law and Torts: I' (1943) Columbia LR 753.

    3 R v G [2004] 1 AC 1034; The People (DPP) v Murray [1977] IR 360.

    4 McQuire v Western Morning News Co. Ltd [1903] 2 KB 100; Hall v Brooklands Auto Racing Club [1933] 1 KB 205; Glasgow Corporation v Muir [1943] AC 448.

    5 Blackstone 3 Commentaries 3.

    6 J. F. Stephen, A History of the Criminal Law of England, vol. II (William S. Hein reprint: 1883) 76.

    7 See, generally, D. Walsh, Criminal Procedure (Thomson Round Hall: Dublin, 2002); A. Ashworth and M. Redmayne, The Criminal Process, 4th edn (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2010).

    8 A. S. Goldstein, 'The State and the Accused: Balance of Advantage in Criminal Procedure' (1960) 69 Yale LJ 1149.

    9 See, e.g., P. Roberts, 'Taking the Burden of Proof Seriously' [1995] Crim LR 783; V. Tadros and S. Tierney, 'The Presumption of Innocence and the Human Rights Act' (2004) 67 MLR 402.

    10 W. S. Holdsworth, A History of English Law, vol. II, 4th edn (Sweet & Maxwell: London, 2003) 453.

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