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Dubieuze Zaken: de Psychologie Van Strafrechtelijk Bewijs

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Hardcover, 499 pages
Published by Contact (first published 1992)
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Jeroen
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Recommends it for: (Dutch) Criminal Law Students
This book is recommended for lawstudents who seek a deeper understanding of the psychological mechanisms involved in criminal law. It covers all the aspects from the Dutch criminal law procedure, from the first police work to the final verdict of the judge. It shows how certain psychological mechanisms influence the outcome of (for example) witness reports, police work and the evaluation of the evidence by a judge.

A mustread for every Dutch student of criminal law.
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