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DOAK, J. and O'MAHONEY, D., 2018. Evaluating the success of restorative justice conferencing. In: T. GAVRIELIDES, ed., Routledge international handbook of restorative justice. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9781315613512

DOAK, J. and DOAK, L., 2017. Non-verbal victims in the adversarial criminal process: communication, competency, and credibility. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 68 (4), pp. 451-468. ISSN 0029-3105

COEN, M. and DOAK, J., 2017. Embedding explained jury verdicts in the English criminal trial. Legal Studies, 37 (4), pp. 786-806. ISSN 0261-3875

O'MAHONEY, D. and DOAK, J., 2017. Reimagining restorative justice. Oxford: Hart. ISBN 9781849460569

DOAK, J., 2016. Criminal justice in transition: the Northern Ireland context edited by Anne-Marie McAlinden and Clare Dwyer. Criminal Law Review (9), pp. 690-693. ISSN 0011-135X

ROBERTS, P. and DOAK, J., 2016. Mastering evidence and proof: a tribute to Mike Redmayne. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof, 20 (2), pp. 89-94. ISSN 1365-7127

DOAK, J., FIELD, S., JACKSON, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2016. Procedural traditions in flux. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof, 20 (4), pp. 263-265. ISSN 1740-5572

DOAK, J., 2016. Stalking the state: the state as a stakeholder in post-conflict restorative justice. In: K. CLAMP, ed., Restorative justice in transitional settings. Routledge frontiers of criminal justice . London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138851931

DOAK, J., 2015. England and Wales. In: F. DÜNKEL, J. GRZYWA-HOLTEN and P. HORSFIELD, eds., Restorative justice and mediation in penal matters: a stocktaking of legal issues, implementation of strategies and outcomes in 36 European countries. Monchengladbach: Forum Verlag Godesberg, pp. 203-225. ISBN 9783942865319

DOAK, J., 2015. Enriching trial justice for crime victims in common law systems: Lessons from transitional environments. International Review of Victimology, 21 (2), pp. 139-160. ISSN 0269-7580

DOAK, J., MCGOURLAY, C. and THOMAS, M., 2015. Evidence in context. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415737654

DOAK, J. and TAYLOR, L., 2014. Hearing the voices of victims and offenders: the role of emotions in criminal sentencing [forthcoming]. In: T. BROOKS, ed., Crime and punishment: critical essays in legal philosophy. Farnham: Ashgate. ISBN 9781409451266

DOAK, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2014. Restorative justice and practice. In: G. BRUINSMA and D. WEISBUND, eds., Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York: Springer, pp. 4422-4430. ISBN 9781461456896

DOAK, J., 2014. Victims’ rights in the criminal justice system. In: G. BRUINSMA and D. WEISBUND, eds., Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York: Springer, pp. 5497-5508. ISBN 9781461456896

DOAK, J. and TAYLOR, L., 2013. EU tools for the protection of victims of serious and organised crime. In: S. RUGGIERI, ed., Transnational enquiries and the protection of fundamental rights in criminal proceedings. London: Springer, pp. 345-353. ISBN 9783642320118

DOAK, J. and TAYLOR, L., 2013. Hearing the voices of victims and offenders: the role of emotions in criminal sentencing. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 64 (1), pp. 25-46. ISSN 0029-3105

DOAK, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2011. In search of legitimacy: restorative youth conferencing in Northern Ireland. Legal Studies, 31 (2), pp. 175-196.

DOAK, J., 2011. Participatory rights for victims of crime: in search of international consensus. Canadian Criminal Law Review, 15 (1), pp. 43-55.

DOAK, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2010. Developing mediation and restorative justice for young offenders across Europe. In: F. DUNKEL, ed., Juvenile justice systems in Europe. Forum Verlag Godesberg.

DOAK, J. and HUXLEY-BINNS, R., 2009. Anonymous witnesses in England and Wales: charting a course from Strasbourg? Journal of Criminal Law, 73 (6), pp. 508-529.

DOAK, J., HENHAM, R. and MITCHELL, B., 2009. Victims and the sentencing process: developing participatory rights? Legal Studies, 29 (4), pp. 651-677.

DOAK, J. and HUXLEY-BINNS, R., 2009. Witness anonymity, charting a course from Strasbourg. Journal of Criminal Law, 73 (6), pp. 508-529.

DOAK, J. and MCGOURLAY, C., 2008. Criminal evidence in context. London: Routledge Cavendish. ISBN 9780415458498

KNEPPER, P., DOAK, J. and SHAPLAND, J., 2008. Introduction to the study of social technology in criminology. In: P. KNEPPER, J. DOAK and J. SHAPLAND, eds., Social technologies of justice. London: Taylor & Francis.

DOAK, J., 2008. Propensity, credibility and bad character. Nottingham Law Journal, 17 (1), pp. 25-28.

O'MAHONY, D. and DOAK, J., 2008. Restorative justice and criminal justice: international developments in theory and practice. Dublin: Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform (Ireland).

O'MAHONY, D. and DOAK, J., 2008. Restorative justice and youth justice: bridging theory and practice in Europe. In: J. JUNGER-TAS and H.J. KERNER, eds., Juvenile justice: international trends and future developments. Amsterdam: Springer.

KNEPPER, P., DOAK, J. and SHAPLAND, J., 2008. Social technologies of justice. London: Taylor & Francis.

DOAK, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2008. State, community and transition: youth conferencing in Northern Ireland. In: P. KNEPPER, J. DOAK and J. SHAPLAND, eds., Social technologies of justice. London: Taylor & Francis.

DOAK, J., 2008. Victims' rights, human rights and criminal justice: reconceiving the role of third parties. Oxford: Hart. ISBN 9781841136035

DOAK, J., 2007. One size fits all? The case for special measures in civil proceedings. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 58 (4), pp. 459-489. ISSN 0029-3105

O'MAHONY, D. and DOAK, J., 2006. The enigma of community and the exigency of engagement: restorative youth conferencing in Northern Ireland. British Journal of Community Justice, 4 (3), pp. 9-25.

DOAK, J. and O'MAHONY, D., 2006. The vengeful victim? Attitudes of victims participating in youth conferencing in Northern Ireland. International Review of Victimology, 13 (4), pp. 157-177.

CAMPBELL, C., DEVLIN, R., O'MAHONY, D., DOAK, J., JACKSON, J., CORRIGAN, T. and MCEVOY, K., 2005. Evaluation of the Northern Ireland Youth Conferencing Scheme. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

BECKETT, H., CAMPBELL, C., O'MAHONY, D., DOAK, J. and JACKSON, J., 2005. Interim evaluation of the Northern Ireland Youth Conferencing Scheme. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

DOAK, J., 2005. Victims' rights in criminal trials: prospects for participation. Journal of Law and Society, 32 (2), pp. 294-316.

O'MAHONY, D. and DOAK, J., 2004. Restorative justice: is more better? Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 43 (5), pp. 484-505.

DOAK, J., 2003. Restorative cautioning: the experience of police-led pilots in Northern Ireland. In: Criminal Justice Reform: Looking to the Future, Queen's University, Belfast, 16-17 May 2002.

DOAK, J., 2003. The victim and the criminal process: an analysis of recent trends in regional and international tribunals. Legal Studies, 23 (1), pp. 1-32.

O'MAHONY, D., CHAPMAN, T. and DOAK, J., 2002. Restorative cautioning: a study of police based restorative cautioning pilots in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

LIVINGSTONE, S. and DOAK, J., 2000. Human rights and criminal justice: a report to the Criminal Justice Review Commission. London: HMSO.

DOAK, J., 2000. Shielding vulnerable witnesses from showdown in the courtroom: a bridge too far? Journal of Civil Liberties, 16 (3), pp. 296-319.

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