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Handbook of Procedures in Magistrates' Courts 11th ed


ISBN13: 9780721904740
ISBN: 0721904742
Published: September 1995
Publisher: Shaw & Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Spiral Bound
Price: Out of print



April 2009 - Out of Print
The main object of this work is as a ready reference, principally for court chairman and clerks when needing to make pronouncements in court. However, the scope of the book has been widened to provide a range of useful day-to-day information for the same users. In addition to the usual forms of oaths and suggested sentencing pronouncements, for example, there are included background notes on mode of trial decisions, bail, sentencing and enforcement powers.

All recent changes in the law, such as the right of the prosecution to challenge the granting of bail in certain cases and the disappearance of committal proceedings, have been taken into account. The 1995 version of the Lord Chief Justice's mode of trial guidelines are included as an appendix and there are sections dealing with the powers of the Family Proceedings Court, contempt of court and costs.

Subjects:
Courts and Procedure
Contents:
OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS OF WITNESSES
MODE OF TRIAL AND ELECTION PROCEDURE IN "EITHER WAY" OFFENCE
MODE OF TRIAL AND ELECTION IN CRIMINAL DAMAGE CASES or other Schedule 2 offences
SUMMARY TRIAL: Order of evidence and speeches, Direction prohibiting identification of child or young person
BAIL IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS: Granting of bail, Refusal of bail
SENTENCING POWERS OF THE MAGISTRATES' COURT: Order for conditional discharge, Probation Order, Community Service Order, Combination Order, Sentence of imprisonment/suspended sentence, Detention in a Young Offenders Institution, Deferment of sentence, Recognisance to keep the peace, Supervision Order
SENTENCING POWERS OF THE YOUTH COURT
POWERS OF THE FAMILY PROCEEDINGS COURT
MAGISTRATES' COURT ENFORCEMENT POWERS: Maximum periods of imprisonment in default, Imprisonment in default on or after conviction
CONTEMPT OF COURT: Dealing with the contemnor
COSTS
POLICE DECLARATION
JUSTICES' OATHS
APPENDIX - NATIONAL MODE OF TRIAL GUIDELINES 1995.