The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: Commentary

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Full title: “The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: A Principled Critique of the Current Legislation and Related Sentencing Council Guidance” Commentator: Dr Jake Phillips, Reader in Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University The Assize Seminars provide a space for cutting-edge academic work to play a practical role in understanding and developing the law. They are a chance to challenge, debate and refine criminal justice, providing a bridge from academia to criminal legal practice. Just like the Assize of old, the seminars are peripatetic, in this case rotating over the next 18 months between three leading academic institutions: Oxford, Cambridge and University College London, all with the support of the Criminal Bar Association. For more information see: https://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk/assize-seminars

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