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Peter Duff
ศาสตราจารย์ ดร.Peter Duff
Visiting Scholars (Foreign Expert)
Professor in Criminal Justice
หน้าที่ความรับผิดชอบ
Visiting Scholars (Foreign Expert)
Professor in Criminal Justice

หมายเลขโทรศัพท์ :
E-Mail : p.duff@abdn.ac.uk
ผลงานทางวิชาการ :
ความสนใจทางวิชาการ :
Research Interests:
Scottish criminal procedure and evidence. Comparative criminal procedure and evidence.

PhD Supervision Interests:
Professor Duff is interested in supervising research students working in the areas of criminal justice, criminal procedure and the law of evidence.


เกียรติคุณ รางวัลที่ได้รับ :
Contributions to Journals
Articles
•  Duff, PR. (2015). 'Chalmers to Cadder: Full Circle on Police Interrogation?'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 19, no. 2, pp. 186-209.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/ELR.2015.0271
•  Duff, PR. (2013). 'Adversarial ideology and police questioning after charge'. Juridical Review, vol 2013, no. 1, pp. 1-25.
•  Duff, P. (2013). 'The admissibility of previous false allegations of sexual assault: CJM (No 2) v HM Advocate'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 17, no. 3, pp. 381-387.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/ELR.2013.0172
•  Duff, PR. (2012). 'The Requirement for Corroboration in Scottish Criminal Cases: One Argument against Retention'. Criminal Law Review, no. 7, pp. 510-522.
•  Duff, PR. (2011). 'The Scottish "rape shield": as good as it gets?'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 15, no. 2, pp. 218-242.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/ELR.2011.0021
•  Duff, PR. (2011). 'The compatibility of jury verdicts with Article 6: Taxquet v Belgium'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 15, no. 2, pp. 246-251.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/ELR.2011.0023
•  Yin, B. & Duff, P. (2010). 'Criminal procedure in contemporary China: Socialist, civilian or traditional?'. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol 59, no. 4, pp. 1099-1127.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.1017/S0020589310000618
•  Duff, P. (2010). 'Disclosure, PII and the confidentiality of personal records'. Scots Law Times, vol 2010, no. 33, pp. 181-184.
•  Duff, P. (2009). 'Straddling Two Worlds: Reflections of a Retired Criminal Cases Review Commissioner'. Modern Law Review, vol 72, no. 5, pp. 693-722.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.1111/J.1468-2230.2009.00764.X
•  Duff, P. (2009). 'The modern Scottish jury in criminal trials'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 13, no. May, pp. 320-325.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/E1364980909001498
•  Duff, PR. (2008). '"Similar Facts" Evidence in Scots Law?'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 12, no. 1, pp. 121-127.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/E1364980908000085
•  Duff, PR. (2007). 'Disclosure in Scottish criminal procedure: another step in an inquisitorial direction?'. International Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol 11, no. 3, pp. 153-180.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.1350/IJEP.2007.11.3.153
•  Chalmers, J., Duff, PR. & Leverick, F. (2007). 'Victim Impact Statements: Can Work, Do Work (For Those Who Bother to Make Them)'. Criminal Law Review, pp. 360-379.
•  Chalmers, J., Duff, PR. & Leverick, F. (2007). 'The pilot victim statement scheme in Scotland'.Scots Law Times, vol 16, pp. 103-107.
•  Duff, PR. (2005). 'The Uncertain Scope of Hearsay in Scots Criminal Evidence: Implied Assertions and Evidence of Prior Identification'. Juridical Review, vol 50, no. 1, pp. 1-30.
•  Duff, PR. (2005). 'Hearsay Issues: A Scottish Perspective'. Criminal Law Review, pp. 525-547.
•  Duff, PR., Brown, K. & Leverick, F. (2004). 'Tackling offending on bail: the use of aggravated sentences'. Scots Law Times, pp. 73-77.
•  Duff, PR. (2004). 'Admissibility of Improperly Obtained Physical Evidence in the Scottish Criminal Trial: The Search for Principle'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 8, pp. 152-176.
•  Tata, C., Goriely, T., McCrone, P., Duff, P., Knapp, M., Henry, A., Lancaster, B. & Sherr, A. (2004). 'Does mode of delivery make a difference to criminal case outcomes and clients' satisfaction? The public defence solicitor experiment'. Criminal Law Review, pp. 120-135.
•  Duff, PR. (2002). 'The Agreement of Uncontroversial Evidence and the Presumption of Innocence: An Insoluble Dilemma?'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 6, no. 1, pp. 25-45.
•  Duff, PR. (2002). 'Towards a Unified Theory of “Similar Facts Evidence” in Scots Law: Relevance, Fairness and the Reinterpretation of Moorov'. Juridical Review, no. 4, pp. 143-181.
•  Duff, PR. & Leverick, F. (2002). 'Court Culture and Adjournments in Criminal Cases: A Tale of Four Courts'. Criminal Law Review, pp. 39-52.
•  Leverick, F. & Duff, PR. (2001). 'Adjournments of summary criminal cases in the Sheriff Courts'.Scots Law Times, pp. 225-230.
•  Duff, P. (2000). 'The defendant's right to trial by jury: A neighbour's view'. Criminal Law Review, pp. 85-94.
•  Duff, PR. (1994). 'The prosecutor fine'. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, vol 14, no. 4, pp. 565-587.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.1093/OJLS/14.4.565

Comments and Debates
•  Duff, P. (2010). 'Disclosure appeals: McInnes v HM Advocate'. Edinburgh Law Review, vol 14, no. 3, pp. 483-487.
[ONLINE] DOI: 10.3366/E1364980910001733

Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings
Chapters
•  Duff, PR. (2018). Scottish criminal evidence law adrift?: Chapter 9. in P Duff & PR Ferguson (eds), Scottish Criminal Evidence Law: Current Developments and Future Trends. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 224-247.
•  Duff, PR. & Ferguson, P. (2018). Introduction. in P Duff & P Ferguson (eds), Scottish Criminal Evidence Law: Current Developments and Future Trends. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 1-17.
•  Duff, P. (2010). Disclosure appeals: a plea for principle. in J Chalmers, F Leverick & L Farmer (eds), Essays in Criminal Law in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, pp. 264-285.
•  Duff, PR. (2005). Changing Conceptions of the Scottish Criminal Trial: The Duty to Agree Uncontroversial Evidene. in In: The Trial on Trial (eds. Duff,A.;Farmer,L.;Marshall,S.;Tadros,V.), Hart. In: The Trial on Trial (eds. Duff,A.;Farmer,L.;Marshall,S.;Tadros,V.), Hart, pp. 29-50.
•  Duff, PR. (2004). Crime Control, Due Process and “The Case for the Prosecution: A Problem of Terminology’. in K P (ed.), Theorising Criminal Justice. Waveland Press, Illinois, pp. 101-104.

Books and Reports
Books
•  Duff, PR. & Ferguson, P. (eds) (2018). Scottish Criminal Evidence Law: Current Developments and Future Trends. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
•  Duff, PR. & Gibb, A. (2002). Scotland: Criminal Justice Systems in Europe and North America series. Unknown Publisher, European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control in affiliation with the UN, HEUNI (Helsinki).
•  McCallum, F. & Duff, PR. (2000). Intermediate Diets, First Diets and Agreement of Evidence in Criminal Cases: An Evaluation. Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings, no. 42, TSO.
•  Duff, PR. & Scottish Office,Central Research Unit (1996). Fiscal Fines: The Operation of Section 56 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1987. Central Research Unit Papers, TSO.


Commissioned Reports
•  Leverick, F., Chalmers, JP. & Duff, PR. (2007). An Evaluation of the Pilot Victim Statement Schemes in Scotland. Scottish Executive Social Research, Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.
[LINK] HTTP://WWW.SCOTLAND.GOV.UK/PUBLICATIONS/2007/03/27152727/0
•  Chalmers, J., Duff, PR., Leverick, F. & Melvin, Y. (2007). An Evaluation of the High Court Reforms Arising from the Criminal Procedure (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2004. Scottish Executive Social Research, Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.
[LINK] HTTP://WWW.SCOTLAND.GOV.UK/PUBLICATIONS/2007/02/19111137/0
•  Duff, PR., Goriely, T., McCrone, P., Knapp, M., Henry, A., Tata, C., Lancaster, B. & Sherr, A. (2001). The Public Defence Solicitors' Office in Edinburgh: An Independent Evaluation. Unknown Publisher, Scottish Executive Central Research Unit.

Contributions to Specialist Publications
Letters
•  Duff, PR. (2007). 'Disclosure of evidence and public interest immunity (PII)'. p. 63-68, Scots Law Times.
•  Duff, PR. (2005). 'Sinclair and Holland: A revolution in 'disclosure''. p. 105-111, Scots Law Times, 19.
•  Duff, PR., Goriely, T., McCrone, P., Knapp, M., Henry, A., Tata, C. & Lancaster, B. (2002). 'The Public Defence Solicitors’ Office: An Evaluation'. p. 183-186, Scots Law Times.

Contributions to Conferences
Other Contributions
•  Leverick, F. & Duff, PR. (2001). 'Adjournments of Summary Criminal Cases in the Sheriff Courts'.
•  Duff, PR., Brown, K. & Leverick, F. (2001). 'Offending on Bail: An Analysis of the Use and the Impact of Aggravated Sentences for Bail Offenders'.



ประวัติการทำงาน :
Biography:
Professsor Duff specialises in criminal justice, evidence and procedure. Although the bulk of his career has been spent in Aberdeen, he has also worked at the Centre for Criminological Research in the University of Oxford, the City University of Hong Kong and the University of the South Pacific.

His published work includes the following books: Victims in the Criminal Justice System, The Jury Under Attack, Criminal Injuries Compensation, Juries: A Hong Kong Perspective and Criminal Justice in Scotland. He has also published in the following journals: Juridical Review, Edinburgh Law Review, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Modern Law Review, Criminal Law Review, British Journal of Criminology, Scots Law Times.

In 1999, he was appointed as one of the first members of the new Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates alleged miscarriages of justice, and was a Commissioner until 2007. He was also a member of the McInnes Committee on Summary Criminal Justice, which sat in 2002-2003.


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