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    South African Journal of Criminal Justice

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice

     

    2000, Vol.13                2010, Vol.23

    2001, Vol.14                2011, Vol.24

    2002, Vol.15                2012, Vol.25

    2003, Vol.16                2013, Vol.26

    2004, Vol.17                2014, Vol.27

    2005, Vol.18                2015, Vol.28

    2006, Vol.19

    2007, Vol.20

    2008, Vol.21

    2009, Vol.22

     

     

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2000, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    S. Pete

    The good, the bad and the warehoused: the politics of imprisonment during the run- up to South Africa's second democratic election

    No.1

    pp. 1-56

    F. Schutte

    Uitsluiting van getuienis ingevolge artikel 35 (5) van die Grondwet

    No.1

    pp. 57-68

    B. Dixon

    Accountable policing: a four dimensional analysis

    No.1

    pp. 69-82

    R. Louw

    The legacy of Barend van Niekerk: a challenge to the on-going abuse of prisoners rights

    No.1

    pp. 83-98

    J.M.T. Labuschagne

    Strafregtelike beskerming van gevangenes teen seksuele misbruik van hulle gesagsondergeskikte status

    No.1

    pp. 99-105

    M. Carnelley

    Illegal gambling

    No.1

    pp. 106-111

    M. Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.1

    pp. 112-116

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 116-119

    M.G. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 120-137

    P-J Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 138-139

    Saras Jagwanth

    Constitutional Application

    No.1

    pp. 140-144

    L. Meintjies Van der Walt

    Pre- trial disclosure of expert evidence: lessons from abroad

    No.2

    pp. 145-159

    A. Tarbagaev

    The sanctions system in Russia criminal law

    No.2

    pp. 160-179

    P.A. Carstens

    The defense of non- pathological incapacity with reference to the battered wife who kills her abusive husband

    No.2

    pp. 180-189

    E. Snyman

    Defining and evaluating plea bargaining

    No.2

    pp. 190-199

    J. Burchell

    Deadly force and fugitive justice in the balance: the old and the new face of section 49 of the Criminal Procedure Act

    No.2

    pp. 200-213

    C.R. Snyman

    Codifying the criminal law: the Australian experience

    No.2

    pp. 214-221

    M. Lupton

    Science and law: a symbiotic relationship

    No.2

    pp. 222-226

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 227-237

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 237-249

    J. Lund

    Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 249-265

    S. Hoctor

    Amnesia and criminal responsibility

    No.3

    pp. 273-287

    G. Seidel

    The German Basic Law and the prevention of criminality

    No.3

    pp. 288-311

    K. Peltzer

    Community perceptions on the Witschaft Suppression Act in South Africa

    No.3

    pp. 312-318

    L. Meintjes van der Walt

    Decision- makers' dilemma: evaluating expert evidence

    No.3

    pp. 319-343

    M. Cowling

    The return of detention without trial? Report on the Review of Security Legislation: discussion paper 92

    No.3

    pp. 344-359

    M. Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.3

    pp. 362-363

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 363-368

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 368-380

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 380-384

    J. Lund

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 384-394

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2001, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    S.S. Terblanche

    Aspects of minimum sentence legislation: judicial comment and the courts' jurisdiction

    No.1

    pp. 1-19

    C.R.M. Dlamini

    The duty of prove each and every element of the offence

    No.1

    pp. 20-37

    B.C. Naude

    Die reg op 'n billike verhoor in die konteks van lokvalbetrapping en die uitsluiting van ongrondwetlik verkree getuienis

    No.1

    pp. 38-59

    S.E. Van der Merwe

    Redefining rape: does the SA Law Commission really wish to introduce a reverse onus?

    No.1

    pp. 60-70

    N. Bohler Muller

    Valuable lessons from Namibia on the combating of rape

    No.1

    pp. 71-80

    N. Mbodla

    Leveling the playing field: the accused's right to an expert wtiness at eh state's expense

    No.1

    pp. 81-87

    M. Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.1

    pp. 90-91

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 91-94

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 95-108

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 108-111

    J. Lund

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 112-121

    S. Jagwanth

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 122-130

    S. Garkawe

    Enhancing the role and rights of crime victims in the South African justice system: an Australian perspective

    No.2

    pp. 131-151

    G. Kemp

    The United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime: a milestone in international criminal law

    No.2

    pp. 152-167

    B. Dixon

    From cafeteria to a la carte: the Law Commission's new sentencing framework

    No.2

    pp. 168-178

    E. Steyn

    The draft Anti- Terrorism Bill of 2000: the lobster pot of the South African criminal justice system?

    No.2

    pp. 179-194

    S. Hoctor

    Road rage and reasoning about responsibility

    No.2

    pp. 195-205

    R. Louw

    S v Eadie: road rage, incapacity and legal confusion

    No.2

    pp. 206-216

    C.R. Snyman

    The broadening of the scope of statutory furtum usus

    No.2

    pp. 217-224

    J. urchell

    Legislative lapses and the reach of the criminal law: another perspective on S v Rheeder

    No.2

    pp. 225-232

    A.G. O'Shea

    Changing the rules of the game in the middle of play: the dilemma of procedural development in the Rwanda Tribunal

    No.2

    pp. 233-237

    G. Van Rooyen

    Graffiti: is the writing on the wall?

    No.2

    pp. 238-240

    M. Reddi

    General principles

    No.2

    pp. 241-243

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 243-247

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 248-258

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 259-265

    J. Lund

    Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 266-296

    S.E Van der Merwe

    Artikels 60 (14) en 335 van die Strafproseswet: het 'n borgapplikant 'n reg van toegang tot sy eie verklaring in die polisiedossier?

    No.3

    pp. 297-309

    J.C. Mubangizi

    The constitutional rights of prisoners in South Africa: the law versus the practice

    No.3

    pp. 310-326

    J. Berg

    Accountability in private corrections: monitoring the performance of private prisons in South Africa

    No.3

    pp. 327-343

    F. Jessberger

    Prosecuting Pinochets in South Africa: implementing the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

    No.3

    pp. 344-362

    K. Muller

    Theory v practice: are children once again the victims of interpretation?

    No.3

    pp. 373-377

    L. Meintjes van der Walt

    Dealing with DNA evidence

    No.3

    pp. 378-383

    J. Sloth Nielsen

    Juvenile justice review 1999- 2000

    No.3

    pp. 384-403

    M. Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.3

    pp. 407-409

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 414-425

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 425-427

    Games Lund

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 428-434

    J. Burchell

    Unravelling compulsion draws provocation and intoxication into focus

    No.3

    pp. 363-372

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 409-413

    A. Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 435-440

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2002, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    C.R.M. Dlamini

    Strict liability in South African criminal law

    No.1

    pp. 1-22

    L. Jordaan

    Confiscation of the proceeds of crime and the fair trial rights of an accused person

    No.1

    pp. 41-60

    B. Clarke

    Confiscation of unexplained wealth: Western Australia's response to organised crime gangs

    No.1

    pp. 61-87

    M. Bennun

    Prosecution appeals against acquittals: the SA Law Commission's proposals

    No.1

    pp. 88-98

    M. Kidd

    The use of strict liability in the prosecution of environmental crimes

    No.1

    pp. 23-40

    W. Le Roux

    Killing under compulsion, heroism and the age of constitutional democracy

    No.1

    pp. 99-109

    B. Martin

    Breakfast at Tiffanys and statements made in furtherance of a common purpose

    No.1

    pp. 110-118

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 122-126

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 126-139

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 139-143

    Naude, B.C

    The pardoning power as a duty of justice

    No.2

    pp. 159-175

    M.G. Cowling

    The incidence and nature of an onus in bail applications. Section 60 of Act 51of 1977

    No.2

    pp. 176-206

    P.M. Bekker

    The maximum length of imprisonment imposed by South African courts: life, dangerous criminal or 60 years?

    No.2

    pp. 207-224

    T. Illsley

    Sexual history evidence in South Africa: a comparative enquiry

    No.2

    pp. 225-241

    L. Meintjies Van der Walt

    Making a muddle into a mess? The amendment of section 78 of the Criminal Procedure Act

    No.2

    pp. 242-249

    M. Reddi

    General principles

    No.2

    pp. 250-252

    R. Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 252-256

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 257-268

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 268-273

    B.C. Naude

    Legislative expungement of criminal records

    No.3

    pp. 287-300

    M. Du Plessis

    Seeking an international International Criminal Court: some reflections on the United States opposition to the ICC

    No.3

    pp. 301-320

    C. Theophilopoulos

    The evidentiary value of adverse inferences from the accused's right to silence

    No.3

    pp. 321-336

    S. Pather

    Provocation: acquittals provoke a rethink

    No.3

    pp. 337-352

    S.S. Terblanche

    Die praktyk van vonnisoplegging onder minimumvonniswetgewing

    No.3

    pp. 353-365

    C. R. Snyman

    Diefstal deur besitter van gesteelde goed- S B Mani 2002 (2) sasv 393 (OK)

    No.3

    pp. 366-370

    R. Louw

    Specific Crimes

    No.3

    pp. 373-380

    M. Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 381-400

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 400-407

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2003, Vol.16

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Max Du Plessis

    Bringing the International Criminal Court home- the implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Act 2002

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    Mervyn E. Bennun

    Some procedural issues relating to post-TRC prosecutions of human rights offenders

    No.1

    pp. 17-37

    Hennie Kotze

    Mass and elite attitudes towards the criminal justice system in South Africa: how congruent?

    No.1

    pp. 38-57

    Christopher Gane

    Redefining rape: the Scottish approach

    No.1

    pp. 58-69

    Jonathan Burchell

    Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime

    No.1

    pp. 70-72

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.1

    pp. 73-74

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 75-89

    P.J. Schwikkard

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 89-98

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 98-111

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 111-120

    Dane Ally, Frans Viljoen

    Homicide in defence of property in an age of constitutionalism

    No.2

    pp. 121-136

    A. Venter, D.A. Louw, T. Verschoor

    Perception and memory: implications for eyewitness testimony

    No.2

    pp. 137-162

    G.J. Lidovho

    A critical look at the past and current release policy of the Department of Correctional Services

    No.2

    pp. 163-177

    Julie Berg

    The private security industry in South Africa: a review of applicable legislation

    No.2

    pp. 178-196

    S.S. Terblanche

    Taking Life Imprisonment Seriously: In National and International Law

    No.2

    pp. 197-199

    Ronald Louw

    S v Eadie: the end of the road for the defence of provocation?

    No.2

    pp. 200-206

    De la Harpe, Stephen; Van der Walt, Tharien

    The volitional component of dolus eventualis

    No.2

    pp. 207-211

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.2

    pp. 212-213

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 213-220

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 220-238

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 239-249

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 249-261

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 262-270

    Neil Boister

    Transnational penal norm transfer: the transfer of civil forfeiture from the United States to South Africa as a case in point

    No.3

    pp. 271-294

    Kimberly Proust

    International co-operation: a Commonwealth perspective

    No.3

    pp. 295-310

    Anton Katz

    The incorporation of extradition agreements

    No.3

    pp. 311-322

    Jan d'Oliveira

    International co- operation in criminal matters: the South African contribution

    No.3

    pp. 323-369

    Gerhard Kemp

    Foreign relations, international co- operation in criminal matters and the position of the individual

    No.3

    pp. 370-392

    Adele E. Erasmus

    Revisiting Schwarzenberger today: the problem of an international criminal law

    No.3

    pp. 393-414

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 415-420

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 420-436

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 431-436

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 437-443

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 444-447

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2004, Vol.17

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Boyane Tshehla

    The restorative justice bug bites the South African criminal justice system

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    Jacqueline Gallinetti, Jean Redpath, Julia Sloth-Nielsen

    Race, class and restorative justice in South Africa: Achilles heel, glass ceiling or crowning glory?

    No.1

    pp. 17-40

    J. Le Roux, I. Mureriwa

    Paedophilia and the South African criminal justice system: a psychological perspective

    No.1

    pp. 41-56

    Julie Berg, Wilfried Scharf

    Crime statistics in South Africa 1994- 2003

    No.1

    pp. 57-78

    Marita Carnelley

    Gambling law

    No.1

    pp. 79-86

    J.M.T. Labuschagne

    The European Court of Human Rights and the right to assisted suicide in international human rights law

    No.1

    pp. 87-98

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.1

    pp. 99-102

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 103-108

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 108-130

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 131-134

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 135-140

    Alan Rycroft

    Corporate homicide

    No.2

    pp. 141-157

    Rochelle Le Roux

    Aspects of South African law as it applies to corruption in the workplace

    No.2

    pp. 158-177

    C.R. Snyman

    The two reasons for the existence of private defence and their effect on the rules relating to the defence in South Africa

    No.2

    pp. 178-192

    Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa

    The implications of the emerging jurisprudence in international criminal law for penal regimes in post- independent Africa

    No.2

    pp. 193-219

    Martin Schonteich

    Revealing figures: a 10- year review of South African criminal justice performance

    No.2

    pp. 220-239

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 244-249

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 249-265

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 265-268

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 268-280

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 281-287

    S.P. Walker, D.A. Louw

    The Bloemfontein Court for Sexual Offences: perceptions of its functioning from the perspective of victims, their families and the professionals involved

    No.3

    pp. 289-309

    R. Songca, J. Le Roux

    The evidence of young children: establishing the truth in South African criminal courts

    No.3

    pp. 310-324

    B.C. Naude

    Spousal competence and compellability to testify: a reconsideration

    No.3

    pp. 325-346

    Stefan D. Cassella

    Overview of asset forfeiture law in the United States

    No.3

    pp. 347-367

    Usha Jivan, Devina Perumal

    `Let's talk about sex, baby'- but not in the Constitutional Court: some comments on the gendered nature of legal reasoning in the Jordan case

    No.3

    pp. 368-378

    Tharien Van der Walt, Stephen De la Harpe

    The right to pre-trial silence: S v Thebus 2003 (2) SACR 319 (CC)

    No.3

    pp. 379-393

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.3

    pp. 406-408

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 409-414

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 414-439

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 439-443

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 443-452

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 452-463

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2005, Vol.18

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Omphemetse Sibanda

    The South African corruption law and bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions: a comparative analysis

    No.1

    pp. 1-23

    David McQuoid-Mason

    Pacemakers and 'living wills': does turning down a pacemaker to allow death with dignity constitute murder?

    No.1

    pp. 24-40

    Karen Muller, Annette Van der Merwe

    Judicial management in child abuse cases: empowering judicial officers to be 'the boss of the court'

    No.1

    pp. 41-55

    Lirieka Meintjes-Van der Walt

    Shattering the silence: how glass analysis speaks

    No.1

    pp. 56-65

    Dane Ally

    Pillay and Others v S: trial fairness; the doctrine of discoverability; and the concept of 'detriment'- the impact of the Canadian s 24 (2) provision on South African s 35 (5) jurisprudence

    No.1

    pp. 66-76

    Nicole J. Kubista

    'Substantial and compelling circumstances': sentencing of rapists under the mandatory minimum sentencing scheme

    No.1

    pp. 77-86

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.1

    pp. 87-88

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 88-106

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 106-109

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 109-121

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 121-125

    Kent Roach

    A comparison of South African and Canadian anti- terrorism legislation

    No.2

    pp. 127-150

    C.H. Powell

    Terrorism and the separation of powers in the national and international spheres

    No.2

    pp. 151-166

    Dee Smythe

    Moving beyond 30 years of Anglo- American rape law reforms: legal representation for victims of sexual offences

    No.2

    pp. 167-186

    S.S. Terblanche, Julian V. Roberts

    Sentencing in South Africa: lacking in principle but delivering justice?

    No.2

    pp. 187-202

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 209-228

    Ronald Louw

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 205-208

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 229-233

    Cherie Booth, Max Du Plessis

    The International Criminal Court and victims of sexual violence

    No.3

    pp. 241-258

    Managay Reddi

    Battered woman syndrome: some reflections on the utility of this 'syndrome' to South African women who kill their abusers

    No.3

    pp. 259-278

    Mervyn E. Bennun

    The Mushwana Report and prosecution policy

    No.3

    pp. 279-305

    Julie Berg

    The rise of 'tik' and the crime rate

    No.3

    pp. 306-328

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.3

    pp. 335-341

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 341-353

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 353-376

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 377-384

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 385-400

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 400-416

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2006, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrew Ashworth

    The sentencing guideline system in England and Wales

    No.1

    pp. 1-22

    Elizabeth R. Husa

    Maximum includes financial- even in cases of domestic violence

    No.1

    pp. 23-36

    Karam, Singh

    Evaluating the 'first report': the persistent problem of evidence and distrust of the complainant in the adjudication of sexual offences

    No.1

    pp. 37-55

    Joanna Simon

    Pre- recorded videotaped evidence of child witnesses

    No.1

    pp. 56-78

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific offences

    No.1

    pp. 87-94

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 95-111

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 112-118

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 119-126

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 126-140

    Alistair Price

    'Dealing with differences': admitting expert evidence to stretch judicial thinking beyond personal experience, intuition and common sense

    No.2

    pp. 141-151

    Lirieka Meintjes-Van der Walt

    Fingerprint evidence: probing myth and reality

    No.2

    pp. 152-172

    Bernard Bekink

    When do parents go too far? Are South African parents still allowed to chastise their children through corporal punishment in their private homes?

    No.2

    pp. 173-191

    P.A. Carstens

    Medical negligence as a causative factor in South African criminal law: novus actus interveniens or mere misadventure?

    No.2

    pp. 192-211

    G.J. Lidovho

    Suggestions on the application of the Bifurcated Placement Policy of the Department of Correctional Services

    No.2

    pp. 212-227

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 232-239

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 239-252

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 253-255

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 256-267

    B.C. Naude

    'Testimonial' hearsay and the right to challenge evidence

    No.3

    pp. 230-333

    Julien Hofman

    Electronic evidence in criminal cases

    No.3

    pp. 257-275

    Lirieka Meintjes-Van der Walt

    Expert evidence: recommendations for future research

    No.3

    pp. 276-302

    Heike C. Schmidt, Colin G. Tredoux

    Utilisation and usefulness of face composites in the South African Police Service- an evaluation study

    No.3

    pp. 303-314

    Tharien Van der Walt

    The right to a fair trial revisited: S v Jaipal

    No.3

    pp. 315-319

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Intermediaries appointed in terms of s 170A of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977: new developments?

    No.3

    pp. 334-341

    Managay Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.3

    pp. 349-354

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific offences

    No.3

    pp. 354-359

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 359-374

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 375-377

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 378-386

    Anashri Pillay

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 387-396

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2007, Vol.20

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    James Grant

    The double life of unlawfulness: fact and law

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    Mervin E. Bennun

    Negotiated pleas: policy and purposes

    No.1

    pp. 17-45

    D.T. Masiloane

    An enemy from within: a critical analysis of corruption in the South African Police Service

    No.1

    pp. 46-59

    Marita Carnelly

    Forfeiture of illegal gambling premises owned by a closed corporation: National Director of Public Prosecutions v Mohunram

    No.1

    pp. 60-67

    N. Mbodla

    The test for possession of a private firearm by a security officer whilst on duty in South African private security law: a warning voice from KwaZulu-Natal

    No.1

    pp. 68-74

    Managay Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.1

    pp. 75-78

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 78-92

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 92-110

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 110-117

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 117-122

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 123-136

    Salim Nakhjavani

    International criminal law: a selected case

    No.1

    pp. 136-141

    Max Du Plessis

    The Thatcher case and the supposed delicacies of foreign affairs: a plea for a principled (and realistic) approach to the duty of government to ensure that South Africans abroad are not exposed to the death penalty

    No.2

    pp. 143-157

    Lillian Artz, Dee Smythe

    Case attrition in rape cases: a comparative analysis

    No.2

    pp. 158-181

    Willem F.M. Luyt

    Harm reduction within the framework of sexual activities in American prisons in the state of Ohio

    No.2

    pp. 182-205

    Esther Steyn

    Plea- bargaining in South Africa: current concerns and future prospects

    No.2

    pp. 206-219

    Andra Le Roux

    Medico- legal aspects regarding drunk driving

    No.2

    pp. 220-242

    S.S. Terblanche

    Sentencing a child who murders- DPP, KwaZulu- Natal v P 2006 (1) SACR 243 (SCA)

    No.2

    pp. 243-255

    Managay Reddi

    General principles of liability

    No.2

    pp. 256-259

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 260-269

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 270-288

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 288-292

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 292-301

    Salim Nakhjavani

    International criminal law: a selected case

    No.2

    pp. 301-306

    Elrena Van der Spuy

    Police reform in Africa: theory, policy and practice in the making?

    No.3

    pp. 307-327

    David T. Masiloane

    Proactive policing for the rich and reactive policing for the poor: hypocrisy in policing a stratified society

    No.3

    pp. 328-340

    Kelly Phelps, Shaista Kazee

    The Constitutional Court gets anal about rape- gender neutrality and the principle of legality in Masiya v DPP

    No.3

    pp. 341-360

    Pieter Du Toit

    Thebus and Tadic: comparing the application of the doctrine of common purpose in South Africa to its application in the Yugoslav tribunal

    No.3

    pp. 361-271

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 377-381

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 381-409

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 409-413

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.3

    pp. 413-420

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 420-435

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2008, Vol.21

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jamil Ddamulira Mujuzi

    The prospect of rehabilitation as a 'substantial and compelling' circumstance to avoid imposing life imprisonment in South Africa: a comment on S v Nkomo

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Lirieka Meintjes-van der Walt

    An overview of the use of DNA evidence in South African criminal courts

    No.1

    pp. 22-62

    Thea Illsey

    The defence of mistaken belief in consent

    No.1

    pp. 63-80

    Bryant Greenbaum

    An elaboration of the themes and contentions in Mmatshilo Motsei's book The kanga and the kangaroo court, reflections on the rape trial of Jacob Zuma

    No.1

    pp. 81-98

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 99-104

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 104-119

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 119-134

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 134-149

    Hendrik J. Lubbe, Gerrit M. Ferreira

    The National Prosecuting Authority's policy and directives relating to post-Truth and Reconciliation Commission prosecutions

    No.2

    pp. 151-167

    B. Naude

    The inclusion of inevitably discoverable evidence

    No.2

    pp. 168-185

    David Masiloane

    Managerial laxity brewing incompetence in the South African Police Service

    No.2

    pp. 186-199

    Reddi Managay

    General principles

    No.2

    pp. 200-207

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.2

    pp. 207-213

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 213-228

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 229-233

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 233-252

    Salim Nakhjavani

    International criminal law: a selected case

    No.2

    pp. 252-258

    Melanie Fourie

    Recognition of a parent- child testimonial privilege in South African Criminal Procedure: lessons from the United States of America

    No.3

    pp. 259-284

    Murdoch Watney

    The effect of pathological gambling disorder on sentence

    No.3

    pp. 285-290

    Marita Carnelly

    The role of pathological gambling in the sentencing of a person convicted of armed robbery: a comparative discussion of the South African, Canadian and Australian jurisdictions

    No.3

    pp. 291-304

    Managay Reddi

    General principles

    No.3

    pp. 305-306

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.3

    pp. 307-314

    Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 314-353

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 353-357

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 357-369

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2009, Vol.22

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jamil Ddamulira Mujuzi

    Life imprisonment in South Africa: yesterday, today, and tomorrow

    No.1

    pp. 1-38

    Joelle Barnes

    Not too 'Great Expectations': considering the right to health care in prisons and its constitutional implementation

    No.1

    pp. 39-68

    J. Le Roux, Yves Muhire

    The status of acts of sexual violence in international criminal law

    No.1

    pp. 69-87

    Shannon Hoctor

    Specific crimes

    No.1

    pp. 88-94

    Robin Palmer, Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.1

    pp. 94-123

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.1

    pp. 123-126

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.1

    pp. 127-139

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.1

    pp. 139-157

    Jonny Steinberg

    Perpetually half- formed? State and non- state security in the work of Wilfried Scharf

    No.2

    pp. 162-175

    Irvin Kinnes

    Uniforms, plastic cops and the madness of 'Superman': an exploration of the dynamics shaping the policing of gangs in Cape Town

    No.2

    pp. 176-193

    Elrena Van der Spuy

    What is SAPS 'doing' in Kinshasa? Exploring the dynamics of South- South police building

    No.2

    pp. 194-212

    Janine Rauch

    Whose idea was this anyway? Initiating police reform in the DRC

    No.2

    pp. 213-228

    Maria Hauck

    Crime, environment and power: revisiting the abalone fishery

    No.2

    pp. 229-245

    Shannon Hoctor

    General principles and specific crimes: recent cases

    No.2

    pp. 246-257

    Robin Palmer, Michael Cowling

    Criminal procedure

    No.2

    pp. 257-267

    Lirieka Meintjes-Van der Walt

    Evidence

    No.2

    pp. 268-275

    Stephan Terblanche

    Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 276-286

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.2

    pp. 287-304

    Lirieka Meintjes-Van Der Walt

    Eyewitness evidence and eyewitness science: whether the twain shall meet?

    No.3

    pp. 305-326

    Allison Mellon

    Sentencing white- collar offenders: beyond a one- dimensional approach

    No.3

    pp. 327-352

    Rapelang Ramosa

    The limits of judicial law- making in the development of common- law crimes: revisiting the Masiya decisions

    No.3

    pp. 353-370

    Mervyn E. Bennun

    S v Zuma: the implications for prosecutors' decisions

    No.3

    pp. 371-390

    D.T. Masiloane, C.W. Marais

    Community involvement in the criminal justice system

    No.3

    pp. 391-402

    Vinesh Basdeo

    A constitutional perspective of police powers of search and seizure: the legal dilemma of warrantless searches and seizures

    No.3

    pp. 403-418

    A.J. Barnard-Naude

    Negotiating the archive: Amnesty, justice and memory: review article of Antje Du Bois- Pedain Transitional Amnesty in South Africa: review article

    No.3

    pp. 419-432

    Wouter De Vos

    Judicial discretion to exclude evidence in terms of s 35 (5) of the Constitution: S v Hena 2006 (2) SACR 33 (SE)

    No.3

    pp. 433-440

    Max Du Plessis

    Recent cases and developments: South Africa and the International Criminal Court

    No.3

    pp. 441-446

    Louise Jordaan

    General principles and specific crimes: recent cases

    No.3

    pp. 447-453

    Managay Reddi

    Criminal procedure

    No.3

    pp. 453-463

    Nicci Whitear-Nel

    Evidence

    No.3

    pp. 463-471

    Warren Freedman

    Constitutional application

    No.3

    pp. 471-483

    South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2010, Vol.23

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Nic Olivier, Clara Williams

    The right to a fair trial in subsequent criminal proceedings: how the Constitutional Court took matters into its own hands in Shinga v The State

    No.1