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Criminal justice system reconsidered : victim & witness perspectives /

Criminal justice system reconsidered :  victim & witness perspectives /
DK Number:DK-220932
ISBN: 9788183875165
Title: Criminal justice system reconsidered : victim & witness perspectives /
Author: [edited by] G.S. Bajpai.
Imprint: New Delhi : Serials Publications,
Physical Desc.: xiii, 354 p. ; 23 cm.
Year: 2012
Price: USD 40.60
Subject Strings: Criminal justice, Administration of--India.
  Victims of crimes--India.
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Criminal Justice System (CJS) in a society is the expression of will of the state to handle the challenges of crime and to protect the interests of vulnerable section s. The victim and the witness have long been the relatively neglected and marginalized entities of CJS. In the present anthology, the editor aims at compiling diverse opinions, observations and also empirical evidences in the Indian context which demonstrate the weakness of CJS when it comes to assist, protect and support a victim or a witness. The learned authors have discussed various criminal procedure models from the viewpoint of status of victim, to support their observations. They have also suggested the areas that require suitable changes in the CJS policies in India. The volume also includes a few pieces that discuss about corporate victimization and juvenile victimization, particularly in the Indian context.


Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
Victim's Rights and Criminal Procedure ModelsG.S. Bajpat1
Victim Justice System and Victimological Jurisprudence: Emerging Paradigms in Criminal justice SystemB.S. Naren & Nayana Udayashankar20
Victim-Oriented Paradigms and Models in the Criminal Justice SystemArmando Saponaro47
Remembering the "Forgotten Man": A Plea for Victim's Rights in the Indian Criminal Justice SystemKumar Askand Pandey65
Justice to Victims of CrimeAvimanyu Behera89
Restoring Balance between Offender and VictimAmbiecka Pandit110
An Emerging and Controversial Paradigm of Victim Justice: The Restorative ModelPierluca Massaro123
Victimization of Poor and Marginalized by the Criminal Justice System in IndiaAshish Srivastava137
Exploring Corporate VictimizationRuchi Bhargava & G.S. Bajpai151
Remand in Criminal Law: Condemnation before ProsecutionSnigdha Nahar175
Juvenile Victimization and Justice System in IndiaSoumya Patnaik192
Searching the Twilight of Fairness in the Juvenile Justice System Using the Rawlsian Paradigm of JusticeSaptak Sanyal213
Need for A Witness Protection Programme: The Solution to the Problem of Hostile WitnessAnkit Kejriwal & Shivam Chowdhry244
Protection of Victims and Witnesses in High Profile Criminal TrialsAnshuman Mozumdar, Silpa Nair & Soumya Ramsubramanium260
Witness Protection Through Witnesses Anonymityin Criminal Justice System of IndiaS.K. Singh & Shiva Kant Dixit278
Witness Protection Programmes- A Comparative OverviewKabeer Mathur, Theresa Thomas & Vinay Subramanian284
Hostile Witnesses: A Legal Crisis in Our Criminal Justice AdministrationBrajendu Bhaskar & K.P. Abinava Sankar301
Examining Hostility of WitnessG.S. Bajpai311

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