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Hybrid justice: proposals for the mentally disordered in the Crime (Sentences) Bill: The ethical, legal and health service cost implications

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Hybrid justice: proposals for the mentally disordered in the Crime (Sentences) Bill: The ethical, legal and health service cost implications

  • Nigel Eastman (a1)
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