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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Taylor on Criminal Appeals 2nd ed (eBook)

Edited by: Paul Taylor

ISBN13: 9780191628900
Published: March 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This new edition of Taylor on Appeals provides a detailed examination of the law and practice relating to criminal appeals, including extensive guidance on procedural aspects of the appeals system.

Written by a team of barristers with unparalleled experience of appellate practice, this book offers thoughtful coverage of all kinds of criminal appeals, ranging from magistrates appeals to the Crown Court up to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), the Supreme Court, and the Privy Council.

Criminal Law, eBooks, Courts and Procedure
1: Benjamin Newton: Appeals and Review of Magistrates and certain Crown Court decisions: Choosing the Appropriate Procedure
2: Benjamin Newton: Appeals from the Magistrates Court to the Crown Court
3: Farrhat Arshad: Appeals to the Divisional Court by Way of Case Stated
4: Erimnaz Mushtaq: Judicial Review of the Decisions of Magistrates Courts and the Crown Court: Grounds, Remedies and Procedure
5: Paul Taylor: Appeals to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division): General issues
6: Lucy Corrin and Paul Taylor: The Procedure in Appeals to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
7: Lucy Corrin: Interlocutory Appeals
8: David Ormerod: Prosecution of Interlocutory Appeals: Acquittal Agreements and Evidential Rulings under the Criminal Justice Act 2003
9: Richard Thomas, Wayne Jordash, David Rhodes, Steven Powles, Isabella Forshaw QC, Philippa Eastwood: Grounds of Appeal Against Conviction following Trial on Indictment
10: Edward Fitzgerald QC: Grounds of Appeal Against Sentence
11: Nikolaus Grubeck: Powers of the Court of Appeal Criminal Divison)
12: Paul Taylor: The Criminal Cases Review Commission
13: Rebecca Trowler: References to the Court of Appeal by the Attorney-General
14: Paul Taylor: The Royal Prerogative of Mercy
15: Farrhat Arshad: Appeal to the Supreme Court
16: Steven Bird: Funding for Criminal Appeals and Applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission
17: Rajiv Persad: The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council