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Representing Drug Offenders

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ISBN13: 9780414015470
ISBN: 0414015479
Published: September 2005
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: £61.00



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Recent legislation, case law and practice have brought about significant and controversial developments for the legal profession when advising and representing offenders. In particular, the new drug courts have been introduced. In response to these changes, Fiona MacDonald has written Representing Drug Offenders, a functional, user-friendly guide on how to conduct practical and effective cases in the Scottish courts. Representing Drug Offenders deals with procedure from taking instructions to attending at the pleading diet, preparation for the intermediate and trial diet, including representation at the trial. Checklists and flowcharts are included detailing what information to look for until it becomes second nature to you.

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Subjects:
Scots Law
Contents:
Historical Basis * Drug Courts * Meeting the Clients * Preliminary Matters * Bail * Children & Mental Health * Case Management * Summary Procedure * Advocacy * Solemn Procedure I * Solemn Procedure II * Regulation of Investigatory Powers * Misuse of Drugs * Proceeds of Crime * Sentencing * Future Developments