Professor Peter Duff
LLB Hons (Aberd), Dip Crim (Edin), PhD (Aberd)
Professor in Criminal Justice
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.
Scottish crimal procedure and evidence. Comparative criminal procedure and evidence.
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Truth and procedural fairness in Chinese criminal procedure lawInternational Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 299-315Contributions to Journals: Articles
IntroductionScottish Criminal Evidence Law. Duff, P., Ferguson, P. (eds.). Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1-17, 17 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Scottish Criminal Evidence Law: Current Developments and Future TrendsEdinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. 278 pagesBooks and Reports: Books
Scottish criminal evidence law adrift?Scottish Criminal Evidence Law. Duff, P. R., Ferguson, P. R. (eds.). Edinburgh University Press, pp. 224-247, 24 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Chalmers to Cadder: Full Circle on Police Interrogation?Edinburgh Law Review, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 186-209Contributions to Journals: Articles
Adversarial ideology and police questioning after chargeJuridical Review, vol. 2013, no. 1, pp. 1-25Contributions to Journals: Articles
The admissibility of previous false allegations of sexual assault: CJM (No 2) v HM AdvocateEdinburgh Law Review, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 381-387Contributions to Journals: Articles
The Requirement for Corroboration in Scottish Criminal Cases: One Argument against RetentionCriminal Law Review, no. 7, pp. 513-525Contributions to Journals: Articles
The Scottish "rape shield": as good as it gets?Edinburgh Law Review, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 218-242Contributions to Journals: Articles
The compatibility of jury verdicts with Article 6: Taxquet v BelgiumEdinburgh Law Review, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 246-251Contributions to Journals: Articles