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Tata, Cyrus (2016) How can prison sentencing be reduced? Scottish Justice Matters, 4 (1). pp. 1-3. ISSN 2052-7950
Tata, Cyrus (2016) Sentencing and release from prison : the end of ‘automatic early release’? Scottish Justice Matters. ISSN 2052-7950
Tata, Cyrus (2015) Sentencing and penal policy in the new Scotland : consultation on extending the presumption against short custodial sentences. Scottish Consortium on Crime and Criminal Justice. pp. 1-13.
Tata, Cyrus (2015) A way forward on sentencing, rehabilitation and imprisonment. Holyrood. ISSN 1466-741X
Tata, Cyrus (2015) Sentencing and the allure of imprisonment : why rehabilitation should not be a ground for custodial sentencing. Scottish Justice Matters. ISSN 2052-7950
Tata, Cyrus (2013) Beyond the revolving court door : is it time for problem-solving courts? Scottish Justice Matters, 1 (1). pp. 17-18. ISSN 2052-7950
Tata, Cyrus (2013) Sentencing, welfare and justice : what can and do pre-sentence reports achieve in sentencing. Ryukoku Corrections and Rehabilitation Center Journal (3). ISSN 2186-8018
Weaver, Beth and Tata, Cyrus and Munro, Mary and Barry, Monica (2012) The failure of recall to prison: early release, front-door and back-door sentencing and the revolving prison door in Scotland. European Journal of Probation, 4 (1). pp. 85-98. ISSN 2066-2203
Tata, Cyrus and Thomson, Douglas (2011) Sentencing and release from prison : the Custodial Sentences and Weapons Act. SCOLAG Journal, 401. p. 57. ISSN 1749-7671
Tata, Cyrus and Burns, Nicola and Halliday, Simon and Hutton, Neil and Mcneill, Fergus (2011) Les rapports présentenciels et leur réception par les juridictions pénales : rune echerche écossaise. Actualite Juridique Penal (9). pp. 395-401.
Tata, Cyrus and Field, Stewart (2010) Connecting legal and social justice in the neo-liberal world? : the construction interpretation and use of pre-sentence reports. Punishment and Society, 12 (3). 235–238. ISSN 1462-4745
Tata, Cyrus (2010) A sense of justice : the role of pre-sentence reports in the production (and disruption) of guilt and guilty pleas. Punishment and Society, 12 (3). pp. 239-261. ISSN 1462-4745
Hutton, Neil and Tata, Cyrus (2010) A sentencing exception? Changing sentencing policy in Scotland. Federal Sentencing Reporter, 22 (4). pp. 272-278. ISSN 1053-9867
McNeil, Fergus and Burns, Nicola and Halliday, Simon and Hutton, Neil and Tata, Cyrus (2009) Risk, responsibility and reconfiguration : penal adaptation and misadaptation. Punishment and Society, 11 (4). pp. 419-442. ISSN 1462-4745
Halliday, Simon and Burns, Nicola and Hutton, Neil and McNeill, Fergus and Tata, Cyrus (2009) Street-level bureaucracy, interprofessional relations, and coping mechanisms : a study of criminal justice social workers in the sentencing process. Law and Policy, 31 (4). pp. 405-428. ISSN 0265-8240
Tata, C. and Burns, N. and Halliday, S. and Hutton, N. and McNeill, F. (2008) Assisting and advising the sentencing decision process : the pursuit of 'quality' in pre-sentence reports. British Journal of Criminology, 48 (6). pp. 835-855. ISSN 0007-0955
Stephen, Frank H. and Fazio, Giorgio and Tata, Cyrus (2008) Incentives, criminal defence lawyers and plea bargaining. International Review of Law and Economics, 28 (3). pp. 212-219.
Halliday, Simon and Burns, Nicola and Hutton, Neil and McNeil, F. and Tata, Cyrus (2008) Shadow writing and participant observation : a study of criminal justice social work around sentencing. Journal of Law and Society, 35 (2). pp. 189-213. ISSN 0263-323X
Tata, Cyrus (2007) In the Interests of clients or commerce? Legal aid, supply, demand, and 'ethical indeterminacy' in criminal defence work. Journal of Law and Society, 34 (4). ISSN 0263-323X
Tata, Cyrus (2007) Sentencing as craftwork and the binary epistemologies of the discretionary decision process. Social and Legal Studies, 16 (3). pp. 425-447. ISSN 0964-6639
Tata, Cyrus and Stephen, Frank (2006) Swings and roundabouts: do changes to the structure of legal aid remuneration make a real difference to criminal case management and case outcomes? Criminal Law Review - London, 2006 (8). pp. 722-741. ISSN 0011-135X
Tata, Cyrus and Goriely, Tamara and McCrone, Paul and Duff, Peter and Henry, Alistair and Knapp, Martin and Sherr, Avrom and Lancaster, Becki (2004) Does mode of delivery make a difference to criminal case outcomes and clients' satisfaction? The public defence solicitor experiment. Criminal Law Review - London, 2004. pp. 120-136. ISSN 0011-135X
Tata, Cyrus (2000) Introduction: Why study judicial decision support systems? International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 14 (3). pp. 279-282. ISSN 1360-0869
Tata, Cyrus (2000) Resolute ambivalence : Why judiciaries do not instititionalise their judicial decision support systems. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 14 (3). pp. 297-316. ISSN 1360-0869
Tata, Cyrus and Hutton, Neil (2000) Sentencing reform by self-regulation : present and future prospects of the sentencing information system for scotland's high court justiciary. Scottish Journal of Criminology, 6. pp. 37-51.
Tata, C. and Hutton, N. (1998) What 'rules' in sentencing? consistency and disparity in the absence of 'rules'. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 26 (3). pp. 339-364. ISSN 0194-6595
Tata, Cyrus (1998) Introduction to the special issue on judicial decision support systems. International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 6 (2). pp. 91-92. ISSN 0967-0769
Tata, Cyrus (1998) 'Neutrality', 'choice', and 'ownership' in the construction, use, and adaptation of judicial decision support systems. International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 6 (2). pp. 143-166. ISSN 0967-0769
Tata, Cyrus (1998) The application of judicial intelligence and "rules" to systems supporting discretionary judicial decision-making. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 6 (2-4). pp. 203-230.
Tata, Cyrus (1997) Conceptions and representations of the sentencing decision process. Journal of Law and Society, 24 (3). pp. 395-420. ISSN 0263-323X
Tata, Cyrus and Hutton, Neil and Wilson, J. and Paterson, Alan (1996) Sentencing and computerised information systems : The process and progress of the Scottish prototype. Juridical Review. pp. 486-503.
Tata, Cyrus and Wilson, J. and Hutton, Neil (1996) Representations of knowledge and discretionary decision-making by decision-support systems : The case of judicial sentencing. Journal of Information, Law and Technology, 1996 (2). ISSN 1361-4169
Hutton, Neil and Tata, Cyrus and Wilson, John (1994) Sentencing and information technology : incidental reform? International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2 (3). pp. 255-286. ISSN 0967-0769
Tata, Cyrus and Gormley, Jay M. (2016) Sentencing and plea bargaining : guilty pleas versus trial verdicts. In: Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199935383
Tata, Cyrus (2013) The struggle for sentencing reform : will the English guidelines model spread? In: Sentencing Guidelines. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 236-256. ISBN 9780199684571
Tata, Cyrus (2010) Sentencing and penal practices : Is Scotland losing its distinctiveness? In: Criminal Justice in Scotland. Willan. ISBN 978-1-84392-785-3
Tata, Cyrus (2009) Institutional consistency : appeal court judgements. In: Principle sentencing: Readings on theory and policy. Hart Publishing, pp. 276-279. ISBN 1841137170
Tata, C. and Stephen, F. (2007) When paying the piper gets the 'wrong' tune : the impact of fixed payments on case management, case trajectories and 'quality' in criminal defence work. In: Transforming lives. The Stationery Office, UK, pp. 186-210. ISBN 9780117021464
Tata, Cyrus (2002) Accountability for the sentencing decision process : Towards a new understanding. In: Sentencing and Society. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, pp. 399-420. ISBN 0754621839
Tata, C. (2002) So what does 'and society' mean? : Towards the new agendas for sentencing scholarship. In: Sentencing & Society. Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, United Kingdom, pp. 5-44. ISBN 978-0-7546-2183-6
Hutton, Neil and Tata, Cyrus (2000) The judicial role in the balance between two visions of justice in sentencing. In: The Judicial Role in Criminal Proceedings. Hart Publishing, pp. 307-323. ISBN 1-84113-045-01
Tata, Cyrus (1999) Comparing legal aid spending : The promise and perils of a jurisdiction-centred approach to (international) legal aid research. In: The Transformation of Legal Aid. Oxford University Press, pp. 133-158. ISBN 978-0-19-826589-4
Tata, Cyrus (1998) The application of judicial intelligence and 'rules' to systems supporting discretionary judicial decision-making. In: Judicial Applications of Artificial Intelligence. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 99-127. ISBN 0-7923-5472-9
Tata, Cyrus and Hutton, Neil (2002) Sentencing and society : International perspectives. Ashgate Publishing. ISBN 0754621839
Bradshaw, Paul and Sharp, Clare and Duff, Pete and Tata, Cyrus and Barry, Monica and Munro, Mary and McCrone, Paul (2012) Evaluation of the Reforms to Summary Criminal Legal Assistance and Disclosure. [Report]
Hutton, Neil and Halliday, Simon and McNeil, F. and Tata, Cyrus (2008) Social enquiry reports and sentencing in the sheriff courts. [Report]
Stephen, F. and Tata, Cyrus (2007) Impact of the introduction of fixed payments into summary criminal legal aid : report of an independant study. [Report]
Goriely, Tamara and McCrone, P and Duff, P and Knapp, M. and Henry, A and Tata, Cyrus and Lancaster, B and Sherr, A. (2001) The public defence solicitors office : An independant evaluation. [Report]
Tata, Cyrus and Paterson, Alan and Goriely, Tamara (1997) Expenditure on criminal legal aid report of a comparative pilot study of scotland, england and wales, and the netherlands : Report of a comparative pilot study of scotland, england and wales, and the netherlands. [Report]
Hutton, Neil and Paterson, Alan and Tata, Cyrus and Wilson, J. (1996) A sentencing information for the Scottish high court : Report of the study of feasibilty. [Report]
Hutton, Neil and Tata, Cyrus (1995) Patterns of custodial sentencing in the sheriff court. [Report]
Tata, Cyrus (2015) Sentencing and rehabiliation. ScottishLegal.Com, Dundee.