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Trial Verdicts

  • J. M. Beattie, Crime and the Courts in England 1660-1800
  • J. M. Beattie, Policing and Punishment in London, 1660-1750: Urban Crime and the Limits of Terror
  • J. P. Eigen, ‘Intentionality and Insanity: What the Eighteenth-Century Juror Heard’, in William F. Bynum, Roy Porter and Michael Shepherd (eds), The Anatomy of Madness: Essays in the History of Psychiatry, Volume 2: Institutions and Society
  • Peter King, ‘Decision-Makers and Decision-Making in the English Criminal Law, 1750-1800’, Historical Journal, 27 (1984), pp. 25–58.
  • Peter King, Crime, Justice and Discretion in England, 1740-1820
  • Dana Rabin, Identity, Crime and Legal Responsibility in Eighteenth-Century England
  • Dana Rabin, ‘Drunkenness and Responsibility for Crime in the Eighteenth Century’, Journal of British Studies, 44:3 (2005), pp. 457–77.
  • N. Walker and Sarah McCabe, Crime and Insanity in England: The Historical Perspective