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Out of Print 2002
Road traffic cases take up more time in the courts than almost any other type of case. This book provides the busy practitioner with a straightforward approach to road traffic offences.
It explains the elements of the most common offences by analyzing the relevant legislation and reviewing the most appropriate authorities. It also sets out the known defences, if any, explaining how they operate and the type of evidence required to support them.
There are also sections on procedure and sentencing which should give the book a genuinely practical approach.;Whilst concentrating on the offences frequently arising in practice, the book also contains brief summaries of other relevant offences.
It is therefore be a readable handbook covering the practicalities of preparing to defend or mitigate prosecutions for road traffic cases, which practitioners should be able to turn to as their first point of reference. It's aim is to provide a comprehensive, user-friendly and authoritative work in this important area of law.
This was the last edition of this title.