Dr Charanjit Singh

PTVL - WBS

DepartmentWestminster Business School

Research outputs

Should Justice Beware? Are the Current Forms of Voice Identification Reliable Enough to be Admitted in the UK’s Criminal Courts as Prosecution Evidence?
Singh, C. 2015. Should Justice Beware? Are the Current Forms of Voice Identification Reliable Enough to be Admitted in the UK’s Criminal Courts as Prosecution Evidence? 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science. University of Adelaide, Australia Jul 2015

Criminal Evidence: Evidencing Defences to Murder. R v Goodwin (Anthony Gerard) [2018] EWCA Crim 2287
Singh, C. 2018. Criminal Evidence: Evidencing Defences to Murder. R v Goodwin (Anthony Gerard) [2018] EWCA Crim 2287. International Commentary on Evidence . 15 (1), p. 20180005. doi:10.1515/ice-2018-0005

Evidence and Variation of Confiscation Orders: R v O'Flaherty (Carl Anthony) (Court of Appeal Criminal Division, 29th of October 2018)
Singh, C. 2018. Evidence and Variation of Confiscation Orders: R v O'Flaherty (Carl Anthony) (Court of Appeal Criminal Division, 29th of October 2018). International Commentary on Evidence . 15 (1), p. 20180004. doi:10.1515/ice-2018-0004

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Should Justice Beware: A Review of Voice Identification Evidence in Light of Advances in Biometric Voice Identification Technology
Singh, C. 2015. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Should Justice Beware: A Review of Voice Identification Evidence in Light of Advances in Biometric Voice Identification Technology. International Commentary on Evidence . 11 (1), p. 1–28. doi:10.1515/ice-2014-0009

Law Express Questions and Answers: Employment Law
Singh, C. 2013. Law Express Questions and Answers: Employment Law. Pearson.

Disability Discrimination: Obesity and the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision in Karsten Kaltoft v Billund Kommune Case C-354/13 ECJ
Singh, C. 2018. Disability Discrimination: Obesity and the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision in Karsten Kaltoft v Billund Kommune Case C-354/13 ECJ. Issues in Legal Scholarship . doi:10.1515/ils-2016-0250

Unlocking Evidence. 3rd edition
Singh, C. and Ramjohn, M. 2016. Unlocking Evidence. 3rd edition. Routledge.

Bumped Redundancy and the Range of Reasonable Responses: To what Extent, if any, should Employers Consider Bumping? Life after Mirab v Mentor Graphics Limited UKEAT/0172/17DA
Singh, C. 2019. Bumped Redundancy and the Range of Reasonable Responses: To what Extent, if any, should Employers Consider Bumping? Life after Mirab v Mentor Graphics Limited UKEAT/0172/17DA. Issues in Legal Scholarship . 17 (1), p. 20190007. doi:10.1515/ils-2019-0007

Eliciting Best Evidence from a Child Witness: A Comparative Study of the United Kingdom and India
Singh, C. 2019. Eliciting Best Evidence from a Child Witness: A Comparative Study of the United Kingdom and India. Issues in Legal Scholarship . 17 (1), p. 20190003. doi:10.1515/ils-2019-0003

Evidence Q&A
Singh, C. 2015. Evidence Q&A. Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

Beginning Evidence
Singh, C. 2014. Beginning Evidence. Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

The Panoply of Challenges Facing Modern Identification Evidence and the Evidentiary Reliability of Coincidental Forensics
Singh, C. 2017. The Panoply of Challenges Facing Modern Identification Evidence and the Evidentiary Reliability of Coincidental Forensics.

Evidential Challenges Posed by the Panoply of Biometrics: Is Biometric Voice Identification made any more reliable by Cell Site Analysis?
Singh, C. 2016. Evidential Challenges Posed by the Panoply of Biometrics: Is Biometric Voice Identification made any more reliable by Cell Site Analysis? Transnational Law Conference and Research Workshop / Showcase . Charles Darwin University, Australia Mar 2016

Biography and the Educative
Singh, C. 2012. Biography and the Educative. PhD thesis University of Southampton Faculty of Social and Human Sciences