Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2010
Published: November 2009
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Price: Out of print
For over 180 years Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice has been the first choice of judges, barristers and practitioners. It offers the most authoritative andcomprehensive coverage of the practice and procedure of the Crown Court including jurisdiction, bail, evidence, costs and appeals.
The 2010 edition is publishing in November, fully revised and updated with new legislation, case law, SIs,practice directions and guidelines by the team of expert editors.
The reasons to subscribe to Archbold:-
- Your time is far too valuable to have it wasted searching for information. To that end, Archbold is divided into logical sections using a consistent set of headings and sub-headings. It includes thousands of cross-references and is fully indexed, lightening the burden of research.
- It concentrates on what the law is, rather than what it ought to be, covering both substantive law and the practice and procedure of the Crown Court.
- With 185 years' authority informing every page, Archbold is the reference work to cite in court, adding weight and credibility to your arguments.
- Separate chapters cover each indictable offence in depth, from forgery to murder, enhancing your understanding of the crimes relevant to your current cases.
- We don't believe you want to wade through impenetrable text. To that end, Archbold is written in straightforward language and short paragraphs.
- With single-volume paper and CD-ROM formats available, Archbold is both portable and easy to access, ensuring journeys to court don't become workouts.
- Updated three times a year and supplemented by Archbold News, Archbold keeps you abreast of the latestdevelopments in criminal law, from case law to new Statutory Instruments.
- Cumulative Supplement 3 was published in July 2010
- Cumulative Supplement 2 was published in March 2010
- Supplement 1 was supplied with the main work