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Category: International Law|
The author of the book: Law Commissioner for Criminal Law and Evidence and Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary University of London David Ormerod
Edition: Oxford University Press
Date of issue: 22 Mar 2008
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 353 KB
City - Country: Oxford, United Kingdom
Full description of the book Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2008: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. New 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. The 2008 edition has been fully updated and revised to cover essential new legislation. Structured for clarity and ease of use PDF, 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. 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 substanstive 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 ePub 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 PDF 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 practitioners to key developments in criminal law and sentencing The CD is also available on its own.
About the author Law Commissioner for Criminal Law and Evidence and Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary University of London David OrmerodBlackstone's Criminal Practice is written by a distinguished team of contributors, representing the accumulated experience of the Bench, the Bar, the solicitors' profession, and the academic world. The team is headed by Lord Justice Hooper and Professor David Ormerod.
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