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Sentencing to reparation

Burt Galaway

Sentencing to reparation

implementation of the Criminal Justice Act 1985

by Burt Galaway

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Published by Dept. of Justice, Policy and Research Division in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Sentences (Criminal procedure) -- New Zealand.,
    • Reparation (Criminal justice) -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBurt Galaway, Philip Spier.
      ContributionsSpier, Philip.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKUQ4795 .G35 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination211 p. :
      Number of Pages211
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1228556M
      ISBN 100477076408
      LC Control Number94229749
      OCLC/WorldCa28433376

      Abstract. The New Zealand Criminal Justice Act of establishes reparation as a sentence and establishes a policy of this being a preferred sentence for property offenders. and data indicated that reparation was getting relatively limited :// Sentencing for fraud convictions If a Criminal Court convicts a person of fraud, the judge can make an order which includes several dispositions, such as: imprisonment, fines, penalties, probation, prohibition, and restitution. In Canada, the maximum sentence a Criminal Court can impose on a fraudster is 14 years per count (for each charge). There may be multiple counts of fraud, which may be

      MMPs impact all Canadians as they fail to achieve the objectives of sentencing outlined in the Criminal Code of Canada of deterrence, rehabilitation, protection of the public, reparation and responsibility; focusing only on the principle objective of :// /open-letter-call-to-restore-judicial-discretion-in-sentencing. Aims of sentencing. Retribution. Based on idea of punishment, because offender deserves punishment for his/her acts. Does not seek to reduce crime or alter the offender's future behaviour. Concerned only with the offence that was committed and making sure that the punishment inflicted is in proportion to that offence. Contains element of revenge (eye for an eye) and is used to

        1. The court must consider making a compensation order in any case where personal injury, loss or damage has resulted from the offence. It can either be an ancillary order, or, a sentence in its own right (which does not not attract a victim surcharge). The court must give reasons if it decides not to order compensation (Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act , s).   Book of Abstracts. 14th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology The therapeutic impact of reparation for victims in cases of interpersonal crime and crime Sentencing: the Mitigation-Incrimination Game (ESC Working Group on Sentencing & Penal


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