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This module will provide students with a critical introduction to the legal and philosophical issues involved in decisions of how we respond to crimes following conviction. In doing so, students will come to understand and evaluate the rules, principles, and processes of criminal sentencing. While focusing on the law of England and Wales, the module will take a broader perspective by engaging the central questions that arise across different jurisdictions relating to the aims, nature, and significance of sentencing, who should be able to participate in the decision, how judicial discretion should be guided or constrained. Students will therefore come to understand the law.

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