Obsession with jailing criminals is behind disclosure failures

Legislation from the 1990s made it more difficult for defendants to see all evidence against them, but has failed to reduce violent crime, writes Jonathan Black

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Dec 18, 2017

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Michael Hocken 5 months ago

Isn’t there a misplaced preposition here? (“ ensure that material is not concealed by (sic) those fighting to clear their names.”)

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The Brief team 5 months ago

You're right. Many thanks for pointing this out. It's been fixed now.