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Blackstone's Police Manuals, endorsed by the College of Policing, are the only official study guides for the NPPF Step Two Legal Examination (formerly OSPRE(R) Part I). Straightforward and accessible, Blackstone's Police Manuals offer you the only comprehensive version of the 2016 syllabus and they are the only resource used by question writers when preparing a NPPF Step Two Legal Examination. The four volumes of Crime, Evidence and Procedure, Road Policing, and General Police Duties cover all aspects of criminal law and procedure, with key parts of legislation reproduced for your reference and with each chapter professionally checked and reviewed by the College of Policing. Complex or commonly misunderstood areas feature handy Keynote boxes, which point to relevant case law or provide an example of how material is used in a practical sense, helping you to establish the connections between legislation and police procedure. The 2016 edition has been updated to incorporate all recent legislative developments and case law, including coverage of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, the Serious Crime Act 2015, the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014,the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014, the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015, and revised PACE Codes A (March 2015), and C and H (June 2014). There is also coverage of the new Domestic Violence Protection Notices (DVPN) and a revised chapter on Control of Sex Offenders, as well as details of key case law decisions covering mode of trial, bail, court procedures, public disorder, sporting events, and equality. Blackstone's Police Manuals are also available as part of our online Blackstone's Police Manuals and Q&As service: http://www.blackstonespolice.com
Blackstone's Police Manuals 2016, endorsed by the College of Policing, are the only official study guides for the NPPF Step Two Legal Examination (formerly OSPRE(R) Part I). Straightforward and accessible, Blackstone's Police Manuals are the only resource used by question writers when preparing an NPPF Step Two Legal Examination and each of the four volumes forms part of the only comprehensive version of the 2016 syllabus. Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 2: Evidence and Procedure 2016 covers areas including Bail, Disclosure of Evidence, Youth Justice, Crime and Disorder, and Court Procedure and Witnesses, as well as PACE Codes C, D, E, F, and H. For complex or commonly misunderstood areas, there are handy Keynote boxes, which point to relevant case law or provide an example of how material is used in a practical sense, helping you to establish the connections between legislation and police procedure. The 2016 edition has been updated to incorporate all recent legislative developments and case law, including amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015, and revised PACE Codes C and H (June 2014). Also available in the series are: Volume 1: Crime 2016, Volume 3: Road Policing 2016, and Volume 4: General Police Duties 2016. Blackstone's Police Manuals are also available as part of our online Blackstone's Police Manuals and Q&As service: http://www.blackstonespolice.com
Blackstone's Police Manuals 2016, endorsed by the College of Policing, are the only official study guides for the NPPF Step Two Legal Examination (formerly OSPRE(R) Part I). Straightforward and accessible, Blackstone's Police Manuals are the only resource used by question writers when preparing a NPPF Step Two Legal Examination and each of the four volumes forms part of the only comprehensive version of the 2016 syllabus. Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 1: Crime 2016 covers areas including Homicide, Sexual Offences, Fraud, State of Mind, and Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person. For complex or commonly misunderstood areas, there are handy Keynote boxes, which point to relevant case law or provide an example of how material is used in a practical sense, helping you to establish the connections between legislation and police procedure. The 2016 edition has been updated to incorporate all recent legislative developments and case law, including coverage of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, the Serious Crime Act 2015, the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015, and a revised chapter on Control of Sex Offenders. Also available in the series are: Volume 2: Evidence and Procedure 2016, Volume 3: Road Policing 2016, and Volume 4: General Police Duties 2016. Blackstone's Police Manuals are also available as part of our online Blackstone's Police Manuals and Q&As service: http://www.blackstonespolice.com
By appointment to the magistrates court "Archbold Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice 2007", Archbold is not just the jewel in the crown court. Designed exclusively for the magistrates' court, "Archbold Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice" brings all the authority, trust and reassurance of the Archbold name into the magistrates' court. With a coveted author team comprising barristers, judges, solicitors and clerks, this book gives you the law and procedure from the people who know best. Everything you need to work in the magistrates' court is presented in an order that follows the progress of a case - including the complex procedures for the youth court and the recent, extensive legislative changes. Reflecting the progress of a case, the works presents precisely the information you need for magistrates' court work 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. This work covers precisely what you need in the magistrates' courts. It also covers all criminal matters dealt with in the magistrates' court, including the youth court, follows a chronological order, so that you can find the information you need quickly, and uses a clear style and straightforward approach, so that every aspect is clearly explained. It includes full citation of authorities from statute and case law which can be cited in court and provides practical guidance on substantive law, showing what the prosecution must prove, defences and sentencing for each offence. It gives you the law and procedures from those who really understand how it works. It covers everything you need to know about recent changes and keeps you up to speed with the latest developments, including the new codes of practice under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. It also covers the latest legislative developments, including changes to procedure, evidence and sentencing under the Criminal Justice Act 2003, offers expert guidance on sentencing, including up-to-date tariffs together with guidance on aggravating and mitigating circumstances, and covers the procedures for the specialist areas. It features specialist coverage of youth court, with guidance on proceedings and the regime for vulnerable witnesses and sets out how to deal with mentally disordered offenders, showing what special arrangements apply exactly the tools you need. It contains procedural checklists to ensure quick reference and easy access to key information, includes core statutory material, codes, rules and practice directions for ease of reference, and provides flowcharts and diagrams to clarify complex areas such as dealing with young offenders just the way you need it. It also ensures portability with a one-volume format, ideal for court use and keeps you up to date with a supplementation service, enabling you to stay informed of ongoing developments. Focused on the latest development, anyone working in the magistrates' courts will know how extensive all the recent legislative changes have been. The new 2007 edition of "Archbold Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice" provides authoritative and highly comprehensive coverage of all the changes, including guidance on interpretation and application in practice. It features: new legislation and procedure; new codes of practice under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984 (changes made necessary by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and again by the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 and the Drugs Act 2005); further important amendments and changes to the Criminal Justice Act 2003; and custody plus and its impact on custodial sentences and suspended sentences. It also features: draft guidelines from the Sentencing Guidelines Council including: allocation of cases between the magistrates' and Crown Courts; SAP consultation paper on Bail Act Offences; SGC draft guidelines on robbery; SAP consultation paper on the sentencing of assault and other offences against the person; SGC draft guidelines on domestic violence and breach of protective order; dangerous offender provisions relevant to the magistrates' court; new form on the preliminary impairment test relating to driving with drugs; and The Road Safety Bill and the Fraud Bill due to receive royal assent in 2006 New Case Law. The new edition gives you case law updates on "Anti Social Behaviour Orders" and mentally disordered offenders. There is also consideration of the impact of cases such as: R v Ibrahima, R v Evans, R v Chambers (Drugs Offences); DPP v Wood and McGillicuddy (Road Traffic); DPP v Sharma (Confiscation of Assets); R v Turner, R v Gledhill, R v Elvidge, R v Mazzon, R v Wain, R v Couch (Sexual Offences); R v Blake, R v Bowman, R v Burns, R v Renda, R v Singh, R v Tully (Evidence); and H v DPP (Public Order Offences). A prestigious author team, exclusively written by a team of leading barristers, judges, solicitors and clerks all of whom have worked in the magistrates court, "Archbold Magistrates' Courts Criminal Practice" is bought to you by the people that know the law and the procedure best. With specialist authors on areas such as sentencing and youth court, you can be sure you're receiving guidance from the experts. Throughout the book their practical experience focuses on showing how to put the law into practice whilst dealing with issues that may arise. Nicola Padfield, General Editor, is a barrister and a Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and editor of "Archbold News". She is a Recorder and writes widely on all aspects of criminal law. Gaynor Houghton-Jones is a Justices' Clerk with thirty years' experience. She has written advisory manuals for magistrates' clerks and was President of the Justices' Clerks' Society (2002). Kevin McCormac OBE is Head of the Sentencing Guidelines Secretariat supporting the Sentencing Guidelines Council and Sentencing Advisory Panel. Formerly a Justices' Clerk and Justices' Chief Executive, he was President of the Justices' Clerks' Society for 2000/01. He is also an author of "Wilkinson's Road Traffic Offences". David Corker is a solicitor with Corker Binning and has a wide experience of criminal defence work. Gillian Jones is a barrister at 18 Red Lion Court, a leading criminal defence chambers. She is a committee member of the Criminal Bar Association. Barbara Barnes is a District Judge based in Middlesex with 20 years experience in the magistrates' court, most recently as the Justices' Clerk in Greenwich. Jeremy Coleman is a District Judge based at West London magistrates' court. Before becoming a District Judge, he was a solicitor in private practice specialising in work in the magistrates' courts, and particularly in the youth court for 20 years. Will Carter is a barrister at 1 Paper Buildings and has worked on Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice for over 10 years. Louise Cowen, Assistant Editor, is a PhD student at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge.
Blackstone's Police Q&As 2016 are the essential revision tool for all police officers sitting the NPPF Step Two Legal Examination (formerly OSPRE(R) Part I). Written in partnership with the best-selling Blackstone's Police Manuals, the only study guides endorsed by the College of Policing, the Q&As' experienced author team follow subjects in the same sequence as the Manuals, providing the most authoritative means of self-testing outside of the promotion examinations. Blackstone's Police Q&A: General Police Duties 2016 contains hundreds of multiple-choice questions designed to reinforce knowledge and understanding of the General Police Duties Manual. Matching the only format of questions you will see in an NPPF Step Two Legal Examination, each question has a detailed and comprehensive answer that highlights not only the correct response, but also the reasoning behind the incorrect responses, allowing candidates to highlight any gaps or weaknesses in their knowledge. Full cross-references to the relevant Manual paragraphs and Keynotes encourage more effective studying, while a question checklist helps you track your progress. The 2016 editions of this popular series contain important updates, reflecting changes to the 2016 versions of the Blackstone's Police Manuals. This new edition on General Police Duties includes new questions on the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, the Serious Crime Act 2015, the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014, the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015, the new Domestic Violence Protection Notices (DVPN), as well as revised PACE Code A (March 2015). Other titles in the series are: Crime Q&A 2016, Evidence and Procedure Q&A 2016, and Road Policing Q&A 2016. Blackstone's Police Q&As are also available as part of our online Blackstone's Police Manuals and Q&As service: http://www.blackstonespolice.com This product is not endorsed by the College of Policing.
Sentencing Referencer 2013 provides clear and practical guidance on over 100 sentencing topics laid out in an easy to navigate A-Z format. This is an invaluable tool to be used both in court and in the office and is the first port of call when seeking basic sentencing guidance. It takes the reader through each sentencing topic, the topics are laid out in alphabetical order, and legislation most applicable to the case is highlighted, followed by advice and the procedures to follow in court.
Sentencing Referencer 2011 provides clear and practical guidance on over 100 sentencing topics laid out in an easy to navigate A-Z format. This is an invaluable tool to be used both in court and in the office and is the first port of call when seeking basic sentencing guidance. It takes the reader through each sentencing topic, the topics are laid out in alphabetical order, and legislation most applicable to the case is highlighted, followed by advice and the procedures to follow in court.
The authoritative text on banking litigation containing an essential collection of materials by leading practitioners. An insightful and analytical approach to key topics including lending and security, payment, conflicts of law, and regulatory and procedural issues.
Patricia Pearl has been a solicitor in practice and latterly a Judge in a busy county court until elevation. She is used to hearing actions across the full spectrum of work, including consumer law, debt collection, road traffic and cases related to personal injury, employment and landlord and tenant. Andrew Goodman is a barrister in practice. Their book is practical and authoritative, its contents including: . Financial limits, cases excluded and choice of county court . Commencing proceedings, defending proceedings and the pre-arbitration hearing . Preparations for the hearing, lay representatives . The hearing: practice, evidence and presentation issues . Mediation . Challenging the result . Precedents . Enforcement . Fees and terms.
'This engaging and perceptive book fills a significant gap in the market. Whilst there are sound textbooks on the content and application of the law to social work practice, courtroom skills have received more complacent attention and Davis now challenges this robustly. In content the book deals comprehensively and informatively with the role of the social worker in the presentation of evidence and professional self in care proceedings. The strengths of the work are reinforced by the clarity of the author's style and structure, and the authenticity of the illustrative examples. These experiences of the author convey the reader direct to the courtroom and help make the book as readable as a good novel. Reflective questions are provided to help the reader to engage with the most important issues. Throughout her book Davis shows a clear concept of the professional role of the social worker and is empowering of good practice. Furthermore she never wavers from the centrality of the welfare of the child and her book shows sensitivity and commitment as well as informed practicality. This is an excellent and accessible book which gives an informed and practical introduction to courtroom skills to student social workers, but would also be valuable, and attractive in its vibrancy, to refresh the courtroom and evidence-gathering skills of more experienced social workers, including those in practice with clients other than children. I will be recommending this book to law students at level two but will also be recommending this work for the Social Care Library of the Local Authority for use by qualified staff and for training.' - Social Policy and Social Work Subject Centre (SWAP) 'Although written from the perspective of children and families social workers and covering mainly English legal proceedings, Davis's book should prove useful to all British social workers as a general guide to giving evidence in court...This book should be essential reading for social workers. It will undoubtedly help them to overcome their initial fears about going to court, providing practical tips to help improve giving evidence and coping with cross-examination.' - Involve Magazine Are you looking forward to giving evidence? What do you have concerns about? Do you know how to prepare written evidence that will be taken seriously in court? See You in Court is an accessible guide for social workers on being a witness in care proceedings. With little training and few resources available, social workers can find preparing for court a daunting part of their role. This book answers questions frequently asked by social workers in real cases, and gives information on court structures, basic rules of evidence, the roles of those involved in the proceedings, and court etiquette. It also discusses the process of giving evidence, including how to deal with cross-examination. The material is supported by case studies and checklists. This practical book is essential reading for social workers, particularly those working with children and families.
This collection of wide-ranging and powerful essays brings together policy makers at the highest level, campaigners for prison reform, chaplains and those working in prison charities. The contributors include the Lord Chief Justice, Sir David Ramsbotham, Baroness Helena Kennedy and many others. The question 'What is prison for?' lies at the heart of The Future of Criminal Justice. Should it be for punishing or rehabilitating the offender? Should it provde restoration and closure for both offender and victim? As well as answering these questions, the contributors explore how religious faith can make a difference to people's lives, whether in the prison ministry of chaplains, in the reconciliation between an offender and the victim, or in the vision for a fairer and better criminal justice system. With prisons and crime currently a focus of politics, The Future of Criminal Justice is a timely and invaluable contribution to the criminal justice debate.
A counterpart to the Getting Ready for Court: Criminal Court Edition workbook, this child-friendly book is a first step in helping prepare primary aged children to testify in civil cases involving abuse.
The book is aimed primarily at UK personal injury practitioners ranging from solicitors and their employees and barristers to insurers and unqualified claims assessors. However, it is also intended to assist those who may be involved in personal injury claims either in their own right or peripherally. Non-UK practitioners will find it of great interest. No other book exists that addresses the subject - and whether practitioners are acting for the claimants or acting for defendants - they will find it invaluable. 1. Introduction 2. Pleadings and professional position 3. Burden of proof 4. Fraudulent claims 5. Low impact claims: admissibility of expert evidence 6. Low impact claims: causation and foreseeability 7. Exaggerated claims/malingering 8. Similar fact evidence 9. Surveillance evidence 10. Orthopaedic and psychological testing for exaggeration 11. Tax dodging Claimants 12. Proceeds of Crime Act 13. Abuse of process/tainted by illegality 14. Costs 15. Perjury/contempt of court Appendix 1: Statutes Appendix 2: Civil Procedure Rules
Fees and Fixed Costs in Civil Actions forms part of the Lawyers Costs and Fees Series. This book provides you with readily accessible, up-to-date scales of costs and fees in a practical and convenient booklet presentation. Contents includes: Fees in Civil Proceedings: - Fees payable in the High Court and County Court - Fees payable in the Court of Appeal, the High Court and County Court - Fees payable in Admiralty Matters - Fees payable in the High Court and Court of Appeal only - Fees payable in the Court of Appeal only - Fees payable in the Supreme Court - Remission from payment of fees; Costs in Civil Proceedings; Legal Aid Prescribed Rates of Remuneration: - County Court Proceedings - High Court Proceedings Previous print edition ISBN: 9781780430164
Atiyah's Accidents, Compensation and the Law has been recognised as a classic treatment of law relating to compensation for personal injuries. It discusses not only relevant legal rules, but also social, political and economic issues underlying the law, the practical operation of the tort system, and the options for change. This new edition has been thoroughly updated with many sections such as those on causation and the financing of tort claims being substantially rewritten to include major changes: the introduction of no-win-no-fee conditional fee arrangements and the radical reform of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
This book brings together ten leading British criminologists to
explore the contemporary politics of crime and its control. The
volume is produced in honour of Britain's most important
criminological scholar - David Downes, of the London School of
Economics. The essays are grouped around the three major themes
that run through David Downes' work - sociological theory, crime
and deviance; comparative penal policy; and, the politics of crime.
The third theme also provides the overarching unifying thread for
In the last twenty-five years, there has been a growing awareness
of the role of intelligence within law enforcement activity. This
edited volume on intelligence is the first of its kind to draw
together in one volume scholarly and practical perspectives on
intelligence in policing. In a range of essays from leading experts
and practitioners, this book sets out the main concepts and
philosophies behind the practical framework for intelligence
gathering and analysis in UK policing. The book's four Editors
bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to bear upon the subject
matter: Sir David Phillips and Professor John Grieve were
instrumental in developing and defining the role of intelligence in
English policing; Dr Clive Harfield has operational experience
managing an intelligence unit and was a national intelligence
officer; and Professor Allyson MacVean has practical experience
working with the police on issues of dangerous offender management
and community impact assessments.
With actions for defamation rarely out of the spotlight, this title is a clear, practical reference tool to a complex area of the law. Written in an accessible and readable style, the book has been written for both specialist practitioners as well as those who deal with defamation cases on a more occasional basis. It will prove equally useful to those in the media and other areas of 'reputation management' who come across defamation issues in their daily roles.
Dealing with trials, civil and criminal, ecclesiastical and secular, in England and Europe between the 13th and 17th centuries, this text provides a rounded view of trials conducted according to different procedures within contrasting legal systems, including English common law and Roman canon law. It considers the judges and juries and the amateur and professional advisers involved in legal processes as well as the offenders brought before the courts, with the reasons for prosecuting them and the defences they put forward. The cases examined range from a 14th century cause-celebre, the attempted trial of Pope Boniface VIII for heresy, to investigations of obscure people for sexual and religious offences in the city states of Geneva and Venice. Technical terms have been cut to a minimum to ensure accessibility and appeal to lawyers, social, political and legal historians, undergraduates and postgraduates, and general readers interested in the development of the trial through time.
An introduction to policing and police powers, designed for the beginner who wants to study the subject up to degree level or the equivalent. It covers the policing and police powers aspects of LLB constitutional law and civil liberties, as well as for criminal justice courses at postgraduate as well as undergraduate level. Practitioners, whether or not in the legal profession should find that this book will give them a quick grasp of this subject area. The book adopts a step-by-step approach and endeavours to explain the issues clearly, assisted by flow charts and diagrams.
The Cavendish Practice Notes provide basic practical information on mainstream legal topics. They clearly and efficiently outline the general principles of each subject in an easy to assimilate format.
This valuable report sets out a systematic approach for assessing the remedies available for various types of breach of contract, what the remedies mean in terms of compensation and how the compensation is calculated. It examines the most recent case law as well as classic earlier cases and explores the issues involved; in particular the defenses.The report provides numerous examples of effective drafting of terms controlling and limiting remedies--as well as illustrating the type of poor drafting to be avoided. Plus helpful tables, figures and calculations and a search analysis of the mathematical and financial implications of awarded damages.
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