Contempt of court in French law: a criminal offence

Lambert, H. 2000. Contempt of court in French law: a criminal offence. in: Addo, M.K. (ed.) Freedom of expression and the criticism of judges: a comparative study of European legal standards Aldershot Ashgate. pp. 113-125

Chapter titleContempt of court in French law: a criminal offence
AuthorsLambert, H.
EditorsAddo, M.K.
Book titleFreedom of expression and the criticism of judges: a comparative study of European legal standards
Page range113-125
Year2000
PublisherAshgate
Publication dates
Published2000
Place of publicationAldershot
ISBN0754621294

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