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Blackstone's Guide to the Criminal Justice ACT 2003

Blackstone's Guide to the Criminal Justice ACT 2003

Blackstone's Guide
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Analyzes, explains, and evaluates the Criminal Justice Act 2003. This book provides a commentary on the changes introduced by the Act. Meant for those working in the Criminal Justice System or interested in its operation, it offers insights into the purposes of the Act and an explanation of its provisions. It also includes the text of the Act.
1. Police powers; 2. Bail, cautions, and charging; 3. Disclosure pre-trial; 4. Juries, and trials on indictment without juries; 5. Allocation and transfer of either way cases and live links; 6. Prosecution appeals against judges' rulings; 7. Double jeopardy; 8. Evidence of bad character; 9. Hearsay; 10. General sentencing provisions; 11. Sentencing guidelines and standards; 12. Non-custodial orders; 13. Custodial sentences of less than 12 months; 14. Dangerous offenders; 15. Release on licence; APPENDIX; Text of the Criminal Justice Act 2003
This book analyses, explains, and evaluates the Government's flagship criminal justice legislation, the Criminal Justice Act 2003. It provides an accessible commentary on the wide ranging and complex changes introduced by the Act, which will leave few areas of the criminal justice system untouched. Anyone working in the Criminal Justice System or interested in its operation will welcome this guide, which provides invaluable insights into the purposes of the Act and a detailed explanation of its provisions.

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Autor: Richard Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780199267255
ISBN: 0199267251
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 720
Gewicht: 1066 g
Format: 232x164x38 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Richard Taylor, Martin Wasik, Roger Leng
Roger Leng is Reader in Law at Warwick University.

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Autor: Richard Taylor
ISBN-13:: 9780199267255
ISBN: 0199267251
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.10.2004
Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
Gewicht: 1066g
Seiten: 720
Sprache: Englisch
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Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 232x164x38 mm