ARCHBOLD MAGISTRATES’ COURTS CRIMINAL PRACTICE 2011 ( IN GOOD CONDITION )
A POWERFUL FORMULA IN THE MAGISTRATES’ COURT
Bringing you the authority, trust and reassurance you would expect from Archbold, but designed specifically for the magistrates’ court, Archbold Magistrates’ Courts Criminal Practice arms you with all the expertise you need to successfully practice in the magistrates’ court.
The works presents the information you need in an order that mirrors the progress of a case. Each offences chapter is set out in the same logical way, defining the offence with extracts from the relevant statutes; then dealing with procedure, elements of the offence, defences and sentencing.
Archbold Magistrates’ Courts Criminal Practice:
- Covers all criminal matters dealt with in the magistrates’ court
- Follows a chronological order, so that you can find the information you need quickly
- Gives you the law and procedures from those who really understand how it works
- Provides practical guidance on substantive law, showing what the prosecution must prove, defences and sentencing for each offence
- Includes full citation of authorities from statute and case law which can be cited in court
- Features specialist coverage of youth courts, with guidance on proceedings and the regime for vulnerable witnesses
- Uses a clear style and straightforward approach, so that every aspect is clearly explained
- Sets out how to deal with mentally disordered offenders, showing what special arrangements apply
- Contains flowcharts, procedural checklists, core statutory material, Codes, Rules and Practice Directions for ease of reference
- Ensures portability with a one-volume format, ideal for court use
- Keeps you up to date with a supplementation service
FOCUSED ON THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS
The new edition of Archbold Magistrates’ brings you completely up to date with all the latest case law and legislation. It contains the new Criminal Procedure Rules 2010 as well as the recently published Definitive Guidelines on “Overarching Principles â€“ Sentencing Youths”, published by the Sentencing Guidelines Council.