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Published: 29 June 2017

656 Pages

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ISBN: 9780198787679


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Criminal Litigation 2017-2018

Thirteenth Edition

Martin Hannibal and Lisa Mountford

Legal Practice Course Manuals

  • The detailed approach taken by the authors ensures that the student receives a thorough grounding in all aspects of criminal litigation and makes the book well suited to advanced criminal litigation courses
  • Innovative and realistic case studies supported by online video clips and documentation encourage students to focus on the practical application of the processes and procedures of criminal litigation. Case studies are conveniently featured at the end of relevant chapters, allowing lecturers flexibility in the extent to which they use the case studies with their students
  • Self-test questions and summaries at the end of each chapter allow students to easily highlight the key points covered and identify any areas where further work is required
  • An extensive Online Resource Centre fully supports all aspects of the course and offers freely accessible student resources including case study documentation, links to other useful websites, and additional chapters. Lecturer resources include video clips relating to the case studies included within the text and additional video footage showing procedure at the police station
  • Access to the digital version of this book comes with every purchase to enable a more flexible learning experience - 12 months' access to Law Trove must be redeemed by 30 June 2018

New to this Edition:

  • Updates to the SRA's Code of Conduct due to come into effect in 2017
  • Discussion of the measures introduced by the Policing and Crime Act 2017
  • Expanded coverage of pre-charge bail
  • Updates on sentencing guidelines issued by the Sentencing Council for England and Wales
  • Updated discussion of the sentencing of young offenders
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