Ronnie Mackay, Professor of Criminal Policy and Mental Health, De Montfort University, Warren Brookbanks, Professor of Law, Auckland University of Technology
Ronnie Mackay is Professor of Criminal Policy and Mental Health at De Montfort University.
Warren Brookbanks is Professor of Law at Auckland University of Technology.
1. Introduction, Ronnie Mackay and Warren Brookbanks 2. The Development of Unfitness to Plead in English Law, Ronnie Mackay 3. Unfitness to Plead in England and Wales: A Practitioner's View of a Plea in Evolution, Rudi Fortson 4. Reforming the law of Unfitness to Plead in England and Wales: A Recent History, David Ormerod and Miranda Bevan 5. Unfitness for trial in Scots Law, Gerry Maher 6. Unfit to Stand Trial: Canadian Law and Practice, Gerry Ferguson 7. The Development of Unfitness to Stand Trial in New Zealand, Warren Brookbanks 8. Fitness to Stand Trial Under Australian Law, Ian Freckelton 9. Fitness For Criminal Adjudication: The Emerging Significance of Decisional Competence in the United States, Richard Bonnie 10. Involuntary Competence in United States Criminal Law, Stephen Morse 11. The Right to Fair Preliminary Investigation and Trial: The Case of the Netherlands, Piet Hein van Kempen 12. Competency to Stand Trial in Italy, Aldo Cadoppi and Mattia Celva 13. Fitness to Stand Trial Under International Criminal Law, Ian Freckelton and Magda Karagiannakis 14. Conclusion, Ronnie Mackay and Warren Brookbanks