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A Guide To The Criminal Appeal Act 1995

Author: Leonard Jason-Lloyd
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113525270X
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The Criminal Appeal Act 1995 has significantly changed the way in which criminal appeals will be dealt with in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Providing a brief guide to the provisions of the Act, this is a quick reference for practitioners and students on degree and equivalent courses.

Court Of Appeal Criminal Division

Author: Susan Holdham
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
ISBN: 0414044800
Size: 48.88 MB
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A specialist book for criminal lawyers who file applications and act for clients in the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division. It outlines the various rights of appeal and the relevant legislation and rules, identifies the principles underlying the various jurisdictions and court practice, and gives guidance to practitioners in all aspects of the process.

Criminal Justice Act 2003

Author: Bryan Gibson
Publisher: Waterside Press
ISBN: 1904380077
Size: 42.51 MB
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'A chronological walk through the 2003 Act' looking at processes and procedures - from those affecting initial investigation into an offence, remand and bail to those bearing upon criminal trials - and Sentencing: the fresh principles and criteria, new-style sentences and considerations.

Criminal Litigation And Sentencing

Author: The City Law School
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198766017
Size: 46.27 MB
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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.

Money Laundering Law And Regulation

Author: Robin Booth
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199543038
Size: 59.52 MB
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Money Laundering Law and Regulation is a practical and comprehensive guide to domestic anti-money laundering law and regulation, increasingly seen as key weapons in the fight against serious and organised crime. The book explains the genesis of the current regime, placing it in the international and regional context. It also provides a chapter-by-chapter analysis of the current law, explaining and analysing key concepts; the statutory framework and individual offences; the developing case law; the Suspicious Activity Reporting regime and problems in its implementation, terrorist financing and money laundering; sentencing, civil recovery and confiscation; and jurisdictional issues. They conclude by looking at the practice of those tasked with prosecuting or defending offences by setting out the powers of investigation and prosecution under POCA and SOCPA and analysing the policy of the various prosecuting bodies, and finally looking at the practicalities of defending, particularly in respect of parallel civil and criminal proceedings, funding and Human Rights Act considerations. The authors comprise an expert team of barristers, including Robin Booth, Chair of the Law Society's Money Laundering Task Force and former head of the Fraud Division of the CPS.

Dealing With Dna Evidence

Author: Andrei Semikhodskii
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113539041X
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Giving the reader an in-depth understanding of DNA evidence in criminal practice, this text explains in clear language how DNA evidence is obtained and how it can be successfully challenged in court to minimize its impact or even dismiss it completely. Since it first entered the criminal legal practice DNA has become an indispensable tool in fighting crime, as it allows both unambiguous identification of the criminal by traces of biological material left at the crime scene as well as acquitting innocent suspects. This book: outlines the various types of testing used to obtain DNA evidence highlights the weaknesses of DNA testing, presenting and discussing defence strategies for refuting DNA evidence shows how DNA should be treated as just another piece of evidence and how on its own it is often not enough to convict someone of a particular crime. This book is essential reading for students and practitioners of criminal law and practice and forensic science and law.