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CLP Legal Practice Guides: Criminal Litigation: Practice and Procedure 2018/19 isbn 9781912363469

CLP Legal Practice Guides: Criminal Litigation: Practice and Procedure 2017/18


ISBN13: 9781911269816
New Edition ISBN: 9781912363469
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781911269052
Published: July 2017
Publisher: College of Law Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4
Price: Out of print




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Criminal Litigation: Practice and Procedure provides a thorough and practical guide to all areas of the law and practice with which the aspiring criminal litigator needs to be familiar. Written with the LPC in mind, this book is suitable for both the core module of Criminal Litigation and the Advanced Criminal Practice option.

  Case study documents are used to demonstrate both common documents and skills required of a criminal practitioner (eg bail application, plea in mitigation, bad character and hearsay) and, in addition, examples are used throughout the text to illustrate points of complexity.

Completed copies of the most important court forms are included where appropriate and invaluable flowcharts can be found at the end of each chapter to assess understanding of the topics covered.

Statutory authorities and case law have been updated to May 2017 to take account of recent developments in the law. In particular, the Crime and Policing Act 2017 and further changes to the law as a result of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, and the Criminal Procedure Rules 2017 are considered.

 

Subjects:
Legal Manuals
Contents:
Introduction
Investigative Powers of the Police (1) – Outside the Police Station
Investigative Powers of the Police (2) – Inside the Police Station
Juveniles at the Police Station
Role of the Solicitor at the Police Station
Initial Hearings in the Magistrates’ Court
Bail
Preparation for Trial in the Magistrates’ Court
Summary Trial and Advocacy Techniques
The Crown Court
Sentencing – The Law
Sentencing in Practice
Appeals
The Youth Court
Road Traffic Offences
Introduction to Evidence
Visual Identification Evidence and Corroboration
Inferences from Silence
Hearsay Evidence
Confession Evidence
Exclusion of Evidence
Character Evidence
Case Study Papers
Magistrates’ Court Sentencing Guidelines