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Sentencing Principles, Procedure and Practice 2024 (Book & eBook Pack)

ISBN13: 9780414117785
Published: November 2023
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
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This annual title is the essential sentencing text, updated with all the latest changes from the past 12 months, including the new Criminal Practice Directions, new Sentencing Guidelines, and all - important cases from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division).

The book is split into two parts. Part A contains everything you need to know about sentencing procedure, courts’ sentencing powers and sentencing principles. The title has been structured around the Sentencing Code with extensive commentary on the Sentencing Code (as amended) and guidance regarding the extent to which case law pre-dating the Sentencing Code continues to apply. Part B provides guidance on determining the appropriate sentence for almost all criminal offences, including the sentencing guidelines and important cases from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). Part B also includes commentary on the approach to determining the appropriate sentence designed to be useful to practitioners and the judiciary.

The work guides practitioners though the various stages of a sentencing hearing and clearly indicates the considerations applicable to a sentencing decision. The title includes extensive expert commentary from the authors and other expert practitioners and academics, identifying likely arguments and areas of ambiguity. There are concise summaries of all the relevant case law, giving users everything they need to know. The book is intended for use in sentencing hearings and appeals, in court and for out of court research.

Key Features

  • Written and structured around the Sentencing Code indicating the extent to which previous case law remains relevant
  • Case summaries of important cases with expert commentary
  • Analysis of sentencing guidelines, identifying particular issues and providing commentary
  • Includes all relevant legislation such as the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980, Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Criminal Justice Act 2003, the Sentencing Code, the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 and the Judicial Review and Courts Act 2022
  • Coverage extends to both the Crown Court and the Magistrates’ Courts
  • New coverage in this edition includes revised sections and commentary on perverting the course of justice and motoring offences, to reflect new Sentencing Council guidelines, revised commentary on the sentencing of non-recent offences, and various other changes to reflect new legislation and case law.

Criminal Law, eBooks
Part A Sentencing Powers and Procedure
A1 General Provisions and Principles
A2 Pre-Sentence
A3 Sentencing Hearing
A4 Primary Disposals
A5 Secondary Orders
A6 Children and Young Persons
A7 Consequences of Conviction
A8 Non-recent Offences
A9 Mental Health Disposals
A10 Post-Sentence

Part B Offences
B1 Determining the Appropriate Sentence
B2 Offences of Violence
B3 Sexual Offences
B4 Property Offences
B5 Drug Offences
B6 Driving Offences
B7 Regulatory Offences
B8 Offences against Justice