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Court of Appeal Criminal Division: A Practitioner's Guide


ISBN13: 9780414044807
Published: August 2012
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardcover
Price: £135.00



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This is a specialist book for criminal lawyers who file applications and act for clients in the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division.

It outlines the various rights of appeal and the relevant legislation and rules, identifies the principles underlying the various jurisdictions and court practice, and gives guidance to practitioners in all aspects of the process.

  • Covers general practice and procedure of the Court of Appeal Criminal Division, providing guidance in all aspects of the process
  • Aids practitioners in preparing well drafted grounds of appeal
  • Identifies the principles underlying the various jurisdictions and the court’s practice
  • Covers the various specific applications and appeals, outlining the rights of appeal and the relevant legislation and rules
  • Includes core statutory material and relevant Criminal Procedure Rules and Practice Directions
  • Covers general Principles And Case Management, commencement of proceedings and pre-trial work
  • Discusses evidence and disclosure
  • Guides you through the hearing
  • Includes notification of decisions of Single Judge and Full Court
  • Goes over costs & funding, including role of the LSC and costs orders
  • Provides details on applications to the House of Lords /Supreme Court and relevant practice directions and information on the Criminal Cases Review Commission
  • Covers the area of Interlocutory Appeals
  • Provides in-depth detail on conviction, grounds of appeal & powers of court
  • Full coverage of sentencing including powers of court
  • Considers the topic of confiscation including restraint and receivership
  • Covers the area of mentally disordered offenders in a dedicated chapter
  • Comments on contempt in regards to the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 and Administration of Justice Act 1960
  • Covers in full appeals against orders restricting or preventing reports or restricting access
  • Discusses Wasted Costs Orders and appeals against Third Party Costs Orders
  • Contains information on other rights of appeal including trials involving jury tampering
  • Deals with complete application for a re-trial for a serious offence
  • Includes flowcharts and tables for ease of reference

Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Part One: General Procedure
Jurisdiction, Constitution and History
Development of Rights of Appeal
General Principles and Case Management
Costs and Funding
House of Lords/Supreme Court

Part Two: Specific Rights of Appeal
Interlocutory Appeals (Prepapatory Hearings and s.58 CJA 2003)
CONVICTION (s.1 CAA 1968)
Sentence (Ss.9&10 CAA 1968)
Confiscation (Including Restraint and Receivership)
Mentally Disordered
Contempt (s.13 AJA 1960 & s.18A CAA 1968)
Appeals against Orders Restricting or Preventing Reports or Restricting Access
Wasted Costs Orders and Appeals against Third Party Costs Orders
Other Rights of Appeal
Application for a Re-Trial for a Serious Offence.