The NS INTERVIEW: lord woolf

Riddell, Mary
October 2000
New Statesman;10/16/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4508, p18
Focuses on Lord Harry Woolf, one of Great Britain's liberal judges. His mission; His opposition to all mandatory sentencing; His view on restricting trial by jury.


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