Thai Legal Studies

Vol. 3 No. 1

(July 2023)

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Articles

Remorseful or Resigned: Criminal Justice Legitimacy and the Appearance of “Docile” Defendants
Thanyanuch Tantikul

1–18

"The Incident of 1911”: The Real Truth in the Temple of Preah Vihear Case
William Roth

19–68

The Arithmetic of Life in Premodern Siam Ranking and Monetary Value in the Regime of Punishment
Chris Baker, Pasuk Phongpaichit

69–83

Evaluating Thailand’s Domestic Implementation of Prevention of Grave Breaches under the Geneva Conventions
Supakorn Wilartratsami

84–108

Commentary

An Overview of Problems with the Act on Imposition of Non-Criminal (Pinai) Regulatory Fines, B.E. 2565 (2022)
Wiriya Kongsiriwong

109–113

Summary

Supreme Court (Plenary Session) Decisions 2022
Supakorn Wilartratsami, Tanyapat Chaiseri, Nawinda Klumsombut

114–134

Book Review

Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law (Tom Ginsburg and Benjamin Schonthal, eds)
Andrew Harding

135–139

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