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  • Criminal Sentencing as Practical Wisdom
  • Dr Graeme Brown
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  • 03 October 2020
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Criminal Sentencing as Practical Wisdom review Û 109 Presenting a comprehensive review and analysis of recent scholarship on sentencing including a comparative study of UK Irish and Commonwealth sentencing jurisprudence this book explores these issues to present a systematic theory of sentencing Through an integration of the concept of euity as particularised justice the Aristotelian concept of phronesis or 'practical wisdom' the concept of value pluralism and the focus of appellate courts throughout the Commo. Top Jeunes architectes européens present a systematic theory of sentencing Through an integration of the concept of euity as Pier Carlo Bontempi: A New Public Square particularised justice the Aristotelian concept of Tour Eiffel phronesis or 'practical wisdom' the concept of value Michelin Green Guide: Chateaux De La Loire (Green Tourist Guides) pluralism and the focus of appellate courts throughout the Commo.

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Criminal Sentencing as Practical Wisdom review Û 109 Nwealth on sentencing by way of 'instinctive synthesis' it is argued that judicial sentencing methodology is best viewed in terms of a phronetic synthesis of the relevant facts and circumstances of the particular case The author concludes that sentencing is best conceptualised as a form of case orientated concrete and intuitive decision making; one that seeks individualisation through judicial recognition of the profoundly contextualised nature of the process.

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Criminal Sentencing as Practical Wisdom review Û 109 How do judges sentence In particular how important is judicial discretion in sentencing Sentencing guidelines are often said to promote consistency but is consistency in sentencing achievable or even desirable Whilst the passing of a sentence is arguably the most public stage of the criminal justice process there have been few attempts to examine judicial perceptions of and attitudes towards the sentencing processThrough interviews with Scottish judges and by.