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Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice 2014 isbn 9781846619113

Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice 2013

Edited by: David Brewer

ISBN13: 9781846616334
New Edition ISBN: 9781846619113
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781846613258
Published: March 2013
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Magistrates’ Courts Criminal Practice combines authority and practicality, providing step-by-step advice on a vast array of court procedures from cautions and commencements through to appeals, including a thorough treatment of the law and practice of evidence as it relates to the magistrates’ courts.

Magistrates’ Courts Criminal Practice has been described as providing ‘razor sharp analysis’, ‘clarity’ and ‘ease of reference’, enabling practitioners to ‘check the essential legal features surrounding the case before the court with the minimum of fuss’.

In addition to the authors’ commentary, there is a comprehensive selection of up-to-date statutes, statutory instruments, rules, practice directions and other materials.

Uniquely, there is a section setting out the elements of over 150 offences, providing the statutory definitions and relevant case-law, and over 100 procedural guides provide a step-by-step summary of the main procedures supported by references to the legislative framework and case-law.

Subjects:
Criminal Law, Courts and Procedure
Contents:
Part I: Procedural Guides
Deals with the procedure of the court in 18 major sections, ranging from commencement of proceedings to sentencing and enforcement. The law and practice under each heading is explained through commentary and over 100 procedural guides. Relevant forms are also included.

Part II: Elements of the Offence
A comprehensive and easy-to-use reference guide to over 150 of the main offences.

Part III: Statutes
All relevant statutes are reproduced, in amended form, and annotated by the expert team of editors.

Part IV: Statutory Instruments
All relevant SIs appear in amended form, annotated by the expert team of editors.

Part V: Practice Directions

Part VI: Codes of Practice and Guidelines;