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A clear and coherent package of reforms? : the Scottish Government consultation paper on the Carloway Report. / Ferguson, Pamela R.; Raitt, Fiona E.

In: Criminal Law Review, No. 12, 12.2012, p. 909-926.

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Ferguson, PR & Raitt, FE 2012, 'A clear and coherent package of reforms?: the Scottish Government consultation paper on the Carloway Report' Criminal Law Review, no. 12, pp. 909-926.

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Ferguson, P. R., & Raitt, F. E. (2012). A clear and coherent package of reforms?: the Scottish Government consultation paper on the Carloway Report. Criminal Law Review, (12), 909-926.

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Ferguson PR, Raitt FE. A clear and coherent package of reforms?: the Scottish Government consultation paper on the Carloway Report. Criminal Law Review. 2012 Dec;(12):909-926.

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Ferguson, Pamela R.; Raitt, Fiona E. / A clear and coherent package of reforms? : the Scottish Government consultation paper on the Carloway Report.

In: Criminal Law Review, No. 12, 12.2012, p. 909-926.

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year = "2012",
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pages = "909--926",
journal = "Criminal Law Review",
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