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Criminal Disclosure Referencer

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781784518790
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Disclosure remains the most important part of trial preparation, and it can often make the difference between conviction and acquittal. The process can only work and produce fair results if all parties to the process are aware of their duties. The second edition of Criminal Disclosure Referencer (first edition: The Disclosure Referencer) provides practitioners with a practical, user-friendly guide to the law and guidance relating to the disclosure of unused material. The text follows the disclosure process chronologically, from the commencement of the investigation to the conclusion of the case, drawing together all the relevant legislation, codes, guidelines, rules, protocols, and case law in a comprehensive manner. The reader will be able to quickly and effectively see the duties and obligations of the main participants. Since the last edition of this work, the criminal justice landscape has changed fundamentally. The number of pre-trial hearings have been drastically reduced and replaced with a single 'Plea and Trial Preparation Hearing.' The principles of 'Better Case Management' have been introduced, which requires advocates to take more responsibility in relation to disclosure. In the vast majority of Crown Court cases, evidence and disclosure are now provided digitally. All of these changes require parties to the criminal justice system to be fully up to date with their obligations in relation to disclosure. This edition has been updated to take account of numerous developments in legislation, case law, and procedure. (Series: Criminal Practice Series) [Subject: Criminal Law]

The Disclosure Referencer

Author: Caroline Bradley
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781847669438
Size: 68.15 MB
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The Disclosure Referencer is a new practitioner guide on the complex issue of disclosure in criminal proceedings. It brings together all the relevant legislation, codes, rules, regulations, protocols and case law relating to the disclosure of evidence and materials in criminal proceedings both at Crown and Magistrates' level and allows the reader to quickly and effectively see where their duties lie and how best those duties can be fulfilled for each type of criminal case. It is designed to be a daily reference tool that immediately enables the practitioner to identify the rules and regulations which are relevant to each stage of the investigation and process. The book follows the course of a criminal investigation from the initial complaint through to the conclusion of the trial to ensure that the reader fully understands the process by way of checklists and reference to relevant case law and materials.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2018

Author: David Ormerod
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192540319
Size: 42.69 MB
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Led by Professor David Ormerod and David Perry QC, our team of authors has been hand-picked to ensure that you can trust our unique combination of authority and practicality. With a simultaneous supplement containing essential materials, you can rely on Blackstone's Criminal Practice to be your constant companion through every courtroom appearance. This new edition has been meticulously revised to provide extensive coverage of all new legislation, case law, and Practice Directions. With free Quarterly Updates, and monthly web updates, you can trust Blackstone's Criminal Practice to provide reassurance on all the latest developments in criminal law and procedure.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2012 Book Only

Author: David Ormerod
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199694389
Size: 72.69 MB
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Your single point of reference on criminal law and procedure, Blackstone's Criminal Practice is the only text to offer all the material you need to practise with ease in the Crown and magistrates' courts. Regularly cited, its incomparable quality and accessibility make it an essential reference for all criminal law specialists.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2007

Author: John Phillips
Publisher: Oceana Publications
ISBN: 9780199205912
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Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2007 provides a single, well-referenced, and affordable volume of all the material that is truly essential to criminal practice in the magistrates' court and in the Crown Court. Expert commentary of uncompromising quality has ensured the book's position as a leading reference for the criminal practitioner. The 2007 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover legislative changes which have recently occurred including; the Terrorism Act 2006; the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005; the Criminal Procedure Rules 2005; the sections of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 newly in force; the Attorney General's Guidelines on Disclosure; the Lord Chief Justice's Disclosure Protocol; the Protocol on the Control and Management of Heavy Fraud and other Complex Criminal Cases; and sections of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 newly in force. Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2007 is also available as a fully-linked CD-ROM, produced in Folio Views, which includes the full text of relevant statutes from 1996-2006 (including the Terrorism Act 2006, the Criminal Defence Service Act 2006, the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, and the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006); CPS Charging Standards, CPS National Casework Guidelines, and Magistrates' Court Sentencing Guidelines 2005. The CD is also available together with the book as a pack.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2006

Author: Peter Murphy
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780199287697
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Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2006 provides a single, well-referenced, and affordable volume of all the material that is truly essential to criminal practice in the Magistrates' Court and in the Crown Court, together with a fully-linked CD-ROM produced in Folio Views. Expert commentary of uncompromising quality has ensured the book's position as a leading reference for the criminal practitioner. The 2006 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover legislative changes which have recently occurred including; the Criminal Procedure Rules 2005; the non-molestation orders of the Domestic Violence Act 2004; sections of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 newly in force; the Attorney General's Guidelines on Disclosure; and sections of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 newly in force.

Criminal Practice 2008

Author: David Ormerod
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ISBN: 9780199228157
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Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2008 provides a well-referenced, and affordable volume of all material truly essential to criminal practice in all criminal courts. Expert commentary of uncompromising quality has ensured the book's position as a leading reference for the criminal lawyer. The 2008 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover essential new legislation. New General Editors Lord Justice Hooper and Professor David Ormerod lead a team of expert academic and attorney contributors, offering authoritative, clear and comprehensive guidance and analysis on all aspects of criminal court practice. Structured for clarity and ease of use, the book is divided into six substantive Parts (A to F) and ten appendices including up-to-date text of the Criminal Procedure Rules, PACE Codes, Disclosure materials, and A-G Guidelines. The 2008 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover recent legislative changes including; the Fraud Act 2006; the Companies Act 2006; the Police and Justice Act 2006; the Road Safety Act 2006; the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006; the Serious and organised Crime Act 2007; amendments to the CPR; and new sentencing guidelines from the SGC, including those on sexual offences, breach of protective orders, and domestic violence. The CD-ROM includes the benefit of additional material including; the full and updated texts of key statutes from 1996-2006, the Crown Prosecution Services Changing Standards and Casework Guidelines, and the Magistrates' Court Sentencing Guidelines. Free online monthly update - organised by date and by Part and cross-referenced to the main work, with links to the full text of relevant judgments and legislation Blackstone's Criminal Practice Bulletin - free quarterly newsletter designed to alert attorneys to key developments in criminal law and sentencing The CD-ROM can be purchased separately or together with the book as a pack.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2008

Author: David Ormerod
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780199228140
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Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2008 provides in a single, well-referenced , and affordable volume all the material truly essential to criminal practice in all criminal courts. Expert commentary of uncompromising quality has ensured the book's position as a leading reference for the criminal criminal practitioner. General Editors Lord Justice Hooper and Professor David Ormerod lead a team of expert academic and practitioner contributors, offering authoritative, clear and comprehensive guidance and analysis on all aspects of criminal court practice Structured for clarity and ease of use, the book is divided into six substantive Parts (A to F) and nine appendices including up-to-date text of the Criminal Procedure Rules, PACE Codes, Disclosure materials, and A-G Guidelines. Part A on Criminal Law: A rigorous and detailed treatise of the general legal principles of criminal law including the essential elements of crime, defences, liability, parties, and jurisdiction. Part B on Offences: A systematic analysis of key substantive offences setting out necessary definitions, forms of indictments, applicable procedural rules, sentencing guidelines, alternative verdicts, defences, elements and so forth. Part C on Road Traffic Offences: In-depth coverage of all road traffic offences Part D on Procedure: Step-by-step guidance covering the practice and procedure of a case from police investigation, through trial (both summary trial and trial on indictment), to final appeal. Part E on Sentencing: Clear and authoritative guidance on every aspect of sentencing including custodial sentences, community sentences, orders, fines, disqualification and rehabilitation. Part F on Evidence: Detailed coverage of the principles and practice governing the complex area of evidence. The 2008 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover recent legislative changes including; the Fraud Act 2006; the Companies Act 2006; the Police and Justice Act 2006; the Road Safety Act 2006; the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006; the Serious and organised Crime Act 2007; amendments to the CPR; and new sentencing guidelines from the SGC, including those on sexual offences, breach of protective orders, and domestic violence. Free online monthly update - organised by date and by Part and cross-referenced to the main work, with links to the full text of relevant judgments and legislation Blackstone's Criminal Practice Bulletin - free quarterly newsletter designed to alert practitionersto key developments in criminal law and sentencing Also available as a CD-ROM.

Blackstone S Criminal Practice 2009

Author: Hooper
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780199553020
Size: 10.11 MB
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Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2009 provides in a single, well-referenced, affordable and portable volume all the material essential to criminal practice and procedure in all criminal courts. Expert commentary of uncompromising quality has ensured the book's position as a leading reference for the criminal practitioner and one which is frequently cited by the courts. General Editors Lord Justice Hooper and Professor David Ormerod lead a team of expert academic and practitioner contributors, offering authoritative, clear and comprehensive guidance and analysis on all aspects of criminal court practice. Structured for clarity and ease of use, the book is divided into six substantive Parts (A to F) and nine appendices including up-to-date text of the Criminal Procedure Rules, PACE Codes, Disclosure materials, and Attorney-General's Guidelines. Part A on Criminal Law: A rigorous and detailed treatise of the general legal principles of criminal law including the essential elements of crime, defenses, liability, parties, and jurisdiction. Part B on Offences: A systematic analysis of key substantive offences setting out necessary definitions, forms of indictments, applicable procedural rules, sentencing guidelines, alternative verdicts, defenses, elements and so forth. Part C on Road Traffic Offences: In-depth coverage of all road traffic offences. Part D on Procedure: Step-by-step guidance covering the practice and procedure of a case from police investigation, through trial (both summary trial and trial on indictment), to final appeal. Part E on Sentencing: Clear and authoritative guidance on every aspect of sentencing including custodial sentences, community sentences, orders, fines, disqualification and rehabilitation. Part F on Evidence: Detailed coverage of the principles and practice governing the complex area of evidence. The 2009 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover essential new legislation including; the Serious Crime Act 2007, the Mental Health Act 2007, the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 and the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008. Free online monthly update - organized by date and by Part and cross-referenced to the main work, with links to the full text of relevant judgments and legislation. Blackstone's Criminal Practice Bulletin - free quarterly newsletter designed to alert practitioners to key developments in criminal law and sentencing.