- Private prosecutions—the long view: part one
- Is the use of private prosecutions increasing?
- What is a private prosecution?
- Why choose to bring a private prosecution?
- How are private prosecutions different to normal prosecutions by government agencies?
- How do private prosecutions coexist with concepts of prosecution in the context of crimes of universal jurisdiction—such as the international crime of aggression?
Corporate Crime analysis: Increasing use is now made of private prosecutions. Private prosecutors are a permanent—and have proved to be a relatively effective—discrete sector of the legal industry. There are as many rationales for framing and bringing private prosecutions as there are types of private prosecutors. In the first of a two-part interview, Abigail Bright, a tenant at Doughty Street Chambers, gives an overview—or long view—of private prosecutions.
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