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Journal article

COEN, M. and DOAK, J., 2017. Embedding explained jury verdicts in the English criminal trial. Legal Studies. ISSN 0261-3875

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

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.

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

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

Authored book

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

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

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

Book contribution

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

Chapter in book

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. 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

Conference contribution

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.

Edited book

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

Research report for external body

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

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. Research report for external body. 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. Research report for external body. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

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

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

Review

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

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