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Criminal Litigation and Sentencing The City Law School

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing By The City Law School

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing by The City Law School


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Summary

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing gives the reader a detailed understanding of the key laws, rules, and procedures underpinning the criminal justice system from arrest and charge of a suspect, to trial, sentencing, and appeal. Prosecution cases in the magistrates', Crown, youth, and appellant courts are each fully covered.

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing Summary

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing by The City Law School

Criminal Litigation and Sentencing offers an excellent introduction to the criminal justice system and the rules and procedures which govern the role of the criminal advocate. The manual provides practical guidance on all aspects of a criminal case, from arrest and charge, to trial, appeals, and sentence. Full consideration is given to criminal proceedings in magistrates', youth, and Crown courts, so that the pupil barrister is fully prepared for practice.

About The City Law School

This manual is edited by Robert McPeake, Barrister, Principal Lecturer, The City Law School.

Table of Contents

1: Introduction 2: Preliminaries 3: Bail 4: Classification of offences and mode of trial 5: Summary trial 6: Youth court trials 7: Sending cases to the Crown court 8: Appeals from decisions of magistrates 9: Disclosure 10: Indictments 11: Crown Court trial 12: Appeals to the Court of Appeal 13: Procedure between conviction and sentence 14: The principle of sentencing 15: Non-custodial sentences 16: Custodial sentences 17: Sentencing young offenders

Additional information

GOR011372182
9780198860402
0198860404
Criminal Litigation and Sentencing by The City Law School
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2020-07-09
336
N/A
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