The following question needs to be answered in about 3000 words. The word count would not include foot-notes and bibliography. Oxford style referencing has to be used. The work has to be of highest quality with all recent policy considerations, case-laws and debates referred to. The work should be original, unplagiarised. I would require the work back by 3rd January 2013. Only serious freelancers may please bid who have thorough knowledge of the subject. Any one of the following questions may be answered:
“Lord Judge CJ wrongly asserts that sexual ?infidelity (a ‘non-qualifying’ trigger) can be left to the jury when the potential ‘qualifying’ triggers (for example, goading D about his suicide plans, D's fear of raising his children, etc.) available are too mild to stand on their own as constituting ‘circumstances of an extremely grave character’. Lord Judge CJ takes the view that sexual infidelity can be considered as one of the circumstances that might have caused a person of normal restraint to lose control.” Baker and Zhao “Contributory qualifying and non-qualifying triggers in the loss of control defence: a wrong turn on Sexual Infidelity” Jo Criminal Law, 2012.
Drawing upon relevant statutory/case law provisions as well as feminist theoretical and policy considerations, critically evaluate Baker and Zhao’s analysis.
“For liberals, freedom of expression is one of the fundamental tenets
of individual autonomy. It is a basic principle of liberalism that the extreme
views of minorities should be permitted in the interests of truth.
The free flow of ideas, however unpalatable, is assumed to be conducive
to rational argument and informed choice. This argument is regularly
applied to pornography”.
Emily Jackson “The Problem with Pornography”. Feminist Legal Studies Jo. Vol III No.1 
Critically assess the above statement in light of case law, statutory reforms and current debates in this area.
In Sweden the state has criminalised the purchasing of prostitution services but decriminalised the selling of it. For them, prostitution is regarded as an aspect of male violence against women, and this approach reflects the high priority that the Swedish government has given to tackling prostitution and human trafficking.
Assume that you are the UK’s minister of state responsible for considering new law in this area. Prepare a report critically evaluating the implications of such an approach being adopted in the UK, reflecting upon the development of UK law in this area, together with current UK government thinking on prostitution/human trafficking; compare the approaches taken elsewhere and the ability of the Swedish model to tackle the increasing problem of human trafficking for the purposes of prostitution into the UK and elsewhere.
“Critics have long argued that judges have failed to control the use of irrelevant and prejudicial sexual history evidence in sex offence trials, and that the only effective solution to the problem is to impose tight legislative constraints on judicial discretion or eliminate it altogether”.
Neil Kibble ‘Judicial Perspectives On The Operation Of S.41 and The Relevance And
Admissibility of Prior Sexual History Evidence: Four Scenarios: Part 1’. Criminal Law Review, 2005, March, 190-205.
Critically evaluate this statement in light of government initiatives to improve conviction rates in this area. Drawing upon your knowledge of relevant legal measures and also feminist theoretical discourses, you must consider whether the current policy initiatives in this area are flawed.