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Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg


Criminal Liability for Statements in the Light of the Case Law Generated by Regional Courts in Regions Incorporated into Poland Following World War II. Karol Siemaszko p. 1-14

‘‘Arab Castaways’/’French Escapees’: Mobilities, Border Protection and White Australia. Karin Speedy, p. 15-30

The Legal Capacity of Deaf Persons in the Decisions of the Imperial Court of Justice between 1880 and 1900. Raluca Enescu and Anja Werner, p. 31-53

Robin Hood the Brute: Representations of the Outlaw in Eighteenth Century Criminal Biography. Stephen Badeo, p. 54-70

‘The Great Portion of the Scum of Society’? Representations of Execution Crowds in the Lancashire Press, 1830-1868. John Walliss, p. 71-90

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