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Banks on Sentence 2024 19th ed

ISBN13: 9781474327305
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781474323604
Published: April 2024
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, 2 Volumes
Price: £197.99

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Banks on Sentence is the definitive sentencing guide. It is used by judges, barristers and solicitors for sentencing hearings in the Magistrates' Court, Crown Court, Courts Martial and the Court of Appeal.

Volume 1 sets out the sentencing powers available to the Courts. It contains all relevant material to set complex and overlapping legislation in context. It includes procedure to be applied in sentencing hearings, including applications for behaviour orders and appeal hearings.

Volume 2 contains all the relevant guidelines, cases and sentencing material to enable judges, magistrates and practitioners to determine the sentence for almost all commonly prosecuted offences.

The 19th Edition includes:

  • New sentencing guidelines for a range of motoring offences, witness intimidation and perverting the course of justice
  • New sentencing guideline for totality incorporated into re-written commentary on the subject
  • Updates reflecting aspects of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022, now brought into force: changes to Community Orders and Youth Rehabilitation Orders.
  • Text updated to reflect major 2023 changes to Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
  • New orders available on sentence, including serious disruption orders (Public Order Act 2023) and disqualification from holding elective office (Elections Act 2022)

“The common pitfalls of everyday sentencing practice are avoidable by a few seconds' reference to the relevant section in Banks.” - The Secret Barrister

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