Critics’ Reviews

Criminal Discovery is ‘creative, provocative and most impressive in its mastery of legal history, theory and common law experience. It puts a persuasive case for substantial reform of one of the most contentious areas of criminal justice over the centuries, an area in which there is usually much more heat than light. He has shone a powerful torch on it, showing a way forward’. – Stephen Odgers SC

This well-researched and equally well-written treatise is bound to command attention and respect in what now seems to be the eternal debate about a right to silence and compulsion to disclose. The book should not just be regarded as informative but also essential reading for those who seek to engage in that debate. – The Honourable Ian Callinan AC, QC, Justice of the High Court of Australia

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