Keyword index

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Keyword index

Alfabetical index on keywords and cross references of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword generates 1 or more results.

7 document(s) found.

The referral term "Meeting of the court" is replaced with "Court session".
You searched for web pages: "Court session"

The visible victim; Privacy of victims within the criminal process (full text only available in Dutch)

The central question in this research reads: How is the privacy and identity of victims and their relatives protected...

Research with publication | 14-12-2015

Just a formality? Frequency, organisation and practice of pro forma hearings; (full text only available in Dutch)

This study is oriented on the practice of pro forma hearings. In a strict sense, the pro forma hearing is a hearing in a...

Research with publication | 02-10-2015

Case processing time in the Dutch criminal justice system; measuring processing time for different types of criminal cases

The goal of the research project is to gain insight in case processing times of criminal cases and to develop a methodology...

Research with publication | 07-02-2012

Evaluation of the requirement for the presence of the parents in juvenile court; (full text available only in Dutch)

The 'Act strengthening the position of the victim' came into effect in its entirety on 1 January 2011. One component of this...

Research with publication | 02-02-2012

Audio visual technology in criminal justice; (full text available only in Dutch)

Publication | 28-11-2011

Obligatory presence of parents at juvenile court hearings; (full text available only in Dutch)

In an estimate of 10 to 30 percent of Dutch juvenile criminal cases at least one of the parents or the guardian is absent...

Research with publication | 17-02-2011

The interrogation

Publication | 30-05-1998

Basic Inter-term relationships

  • SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
  • USE Preferred Term
  • UF Non-preferred term
  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
  • RT Associative term