By Frances Webber

From pre-arrival to detention and deportation, Borderline Justice describes the exclusionary rules, inhumane judgements and stumbling blocks to justice for refugees and migrants within the present felony system.Frances Webber, a criminal practitioner with over 30 years adventure, offers a distinct perception into how the legislation has been utilized to migrants, refugees and different ‘unpopular minorities’. The publication documents a number of the key felony struggles of the prior thirty years that have sought to maintain values of universality in human rights - and the significance of constant to struggle for these values, inside and out the court. With its mixture of criminal and political research with insider insights, Borderline Justice will entice either educational and non-academic audiences. the subjects and research pass barriers of legislation, politics, sociology, criminology, refugee experiences and terrorism reviews, beautiful to the novel culture in these kind of disciplines.

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