Streamlining and clarifying the appellate process

Roberts, S. and Malleson, K. 2002. Streamlining and clarifying the appellate process. Criminal Law Review.

TitleStreamlining and clarifying the appellate process
AuthorsRoberts, S. and Malleson, K.
JournalCriminal Law Review
ISSN0011-135X
YearApr 2002
Publication dates
PublishedApr 2002
Page range272-282

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