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For many criminal lawyers in Scotland the daily problems are not matters of first principles of criminal law but often practical problems associated with criminal procedure. That is what makes the new updated 15th edition of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 such an essential title.
Shiels, Bradley and Brown provide a full copy of the Act with authoritative section-by-section commentary. The 1995 Act is the most important piece of legislation relating to Scots criminal procedure for the current generation of Scots criminal law practitioners.