Bail in Criminal Proceedings by Neil CorreBail in Criminal Proceedings by Neil Corre

Bail in Criminal Proceedings

byNeil Corre, David Wolchover

Hardcover | February 7, 2005

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The question of bail arises every time a case is adjourned and the accused is remanded. This key text provides a uniquely comprehensive account of the law, practice, and procedure governing bail at every stage in an action from the police station to the House of Lords. It includes the relevantlegislation and procedural rules, case law, and also offers guidance on ethics as well as research findings in this area. This new edition has been completely updated to take account of major changes introduced by the forthcoming Criminal Justice Act.
Neil Corre is a Solicitor. David Wolchover is a Barrister, Lion Court Chambers.
Title:Bail in Criminal ProceedingsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:616 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.51 inPublished:February 7, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199264759

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. The Right to Bail2. Surety and Security3. Conditions other than Surety or Security4. Failing to Surrender and Breaching Conditions5. Renewed Applications for Bail6. Police Bail7. The Jurisdiction of the Magistrates' Court8. The Jurisdiction of the Crown Court9. Bail Pending Appeal10. The Jurisdiction of the High Court11. Vulnerable Suspects and Defendants12. Custody Time Limits13. The Role and Duties of the Advocate on Matters of BailAppendix

Editorial Reviews

`Given the heightened emotions that the issue of bail often generates, and the at times disproportionate amount of time that it seems to take up in the life of the average case, many criminal firms and sets of chambers may find this publication a worthwhile investment.'Anthony J Potter (5 Fountain Court, Birmingham), New Law Journal