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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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Fixed Fees in the Criminal Court: A Survival Guide 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781907698897
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781853288685
Published: August 2013
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £51.95

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With radical changes in fees for criminal cases it has never been more important to deal with these efficiently. This practical and accessible guide will help to ensure that your fees are processed quickly and correctly.

The third edition of this popular book contains all the critical information, codes and fee tables you need to deliver bills for legally aided criminal cases in the police station, magistrates’ and Crown Courts. Fully revised and updated, Fixed Fees in the Criminal Courts covers:

  • changes under the standard crime contract and reductions in rates
  • new rules for claims for separate matters in the police station
  • changes made to magistrates’ court claims by the amended Funding Order
  • new Crown Court rates
  • changes to the definition of page count in the Crown Court
  • new rules for advocates
  • case law decisions on the meaning of a case in the Crown Court and for trial and re-trial.
This edition now has a separate chapter setting out the principles of costs and has been expanded to cover all fixed and graduated fee schemes including those for prison law. It is fully referenced to the relevant case law and includes all the regulation and contract changes taking effect in April 2013.

Criminal Law, Courts and Procedure
1. The principles of costs and enhancement
2. Criminal investigations, magistrates court proceedings, appeals and reviews, prison law
3. Crown court proceedings
4. Criminal appeals very high cost cases
5. Disbursements
6. Administrative issues including payments on account and late claims.