Blackstones Criminal Practice 2015: Rules and Guidelines

Paperback | June 28, 2015

EditorDavid Ormerod

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In recent years the importance of the Criminal Procedure Rules, Directions and Guidelines has increased significantly for criminal practitioners. Most recently, the Criminal Practice Directions have been revised and rearranged so that they correspond with the relevant sections of the CriminalProcedure Rules creating a single reference source for procedure in the criminal courts. It is therefore essential for criminal lawyers to have easy and instant access to these key documents.Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2015 Rules and Guidelines provides practitioners with a portable collection of key reference materials essential for court use. The volume contains the full text of the Criminal Procedure Rules, the Criminal Practice Directions and the Sentencing Guidelines. Clearlypresented and easily accessible, this is an indispensable resource for all criminal practitioners.

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In recent years the importance of the Criminal Procedure Rules, Directions and Guidelines has increased significantly for criminal practitioners. Most recently, the Criminal Practice Directions have been revised and rearranged so that they correspond with the relevant sections of the CriminalProcedure Rules creating a single reference ...

Blackstone's Criminal Practice is written by a distinguished team of contributors, representing the accumulated experience of the academic world, the Bench, the Bar, and the solicitors' profession. The team is headed by Professor David Ormerod QC (Hon).

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:752 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 1.19 inPublished:June 28, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Criminal Procedure Rules 2014 and Criminal Practice DirectionsCPD: General Matters ACrimPR Part 1: The Overriding ObjectiveCPD Part 1: The Overriding ObjectiveCrimPR Part 2: Understanding and Applying the RulesCrimPR Part 3: Case ManagementCPD Part 3: Case ManagementCrimPR Part 4: Service of DocumentsCrimPR Part 5: Forms and Court RecordsCPD Part 5: Forms and Court RecordsCrimPR Part 6: Investigation Orders and WarrantsCPD Part 6: Investigation Orders and WarrantsCrimPR Part 7: Starting a Prosecution in a Magistrates CourtCrimPR Part 8: Discontinuing a ProsecutionCrimPR Part 9: Allocation and Sending for TrialCPD Part 9: Allocation and Sending for TrialCrimPR Part 10: Initial Details of the Prosecution CaseCPD Part 10: Initial Details of the Prosecution CaseCrimPR Part 11: [empty]CrimPR Part 12: Deferred Prosecution AgreementsCrimPR Part 13: [empty]CrimPR Part 14: The IndictmentCPD Part 14: The IndictmentCrimPR Part 15: [empty]CrimPR Part 16: Reporting, etc. RestrictionsCPD Part 16: Reporting, etc. RestrictionsCrimPR Part 17: ExtraditionCPD Part 17: ExtraditionCrimPR Part 18: Warrants for Arrest, Detention or ImprisonmentCrimPR Part 19: Bail and Custody Time LimitsCPD Part 19: Bail and Custody Time LimitsCrimPR Part 20: [empty]CrimPR Part 21: [empty]CrimPR Part 22: DisclosureCPD Part 22: DisclosureCrimPR Parts 23 to 26: [empty]CrimPR Part 27: Witness StatementsCPD Part 27: Witness StatementsCrimPR Part 28: Witness Summonses, Warrants and OrdersCPD Part 28: Witness Summonses, Warrants and OrdersCrimPR Part 29: Measures to Assist a Witness or Defendant to Give EvidenceCPD Part 29: Measures to Assist a Witness or Defendant to Give EvidenceCrimPR Part 30: [empty]CrimPR Part 31: Restriction on Cross-Examination by a Defendant Acting in PersonCrimPR Part 32: International Co-operationCrimPR Part 33: Expert EvidenceCPD Part 33: Expert EvidenceCrimPR Part 34: Hearsay EvidenceCrimPR Part 35: Evidence of Bad CharacterCPD Part 35: Evidence of Bad CharacterCrimPR Part 36: Evidence of a Complainant s Previous Sexual BehaviourCrimPR Part 37: Trial and Sentence in a Magistrates CourtCPD Part 37: Trial and Sentence in a Magistrates CourtCrimPR Part 38: Trial and Sentence in the Crown CourtCrimPR Part 39: JurorsCPD Part 39: JurorsCrimPR Part 40: Tainted AcquittalsCrimPR Part 41: Retrial Following Acquittal for Serious OffenceCPD Sentencing: PD-64CrimPR Part 42: Sentencing Procedures in Special Cases R-346CrimPR Part 43: [empty]CrimPR Part 44: Breach, Revocation and Amendment of Community and Other OrdersCrimPR Parts 45 to 49: [empty]CrimPR Part 50: Behaviour OrdersCrimPR Part 51: [empty]CrimPR Part 52: Enforcement of Fines and Other Orders for PaymentCrimPR Parts 53 to 54: [empty]CrimPR Part 55: Road Traffic PenaltiesCrimPR Part 56: Confiscation Proceedings under the Criminal Justice Act 1988 and the Drug Trafficking Act 1994CrimPR Part 57: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Rules Applicable to all ProceedingsCrimPR Part 58: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Rules Applicable only to Confiscation ProceedingsCrimPR Part 59: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Rules Applicable only to Restraint ProceedingsCrimPR Part 60: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Rules Applicable only to Receivership ProceedingsCrimPR Part 61: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Rules Applicable to Restraint and Receivership ProceedingsCrimPR Part 62: Contempt of CourtCPD Part 62: Contempt of CourtCrimPR Part 63: Appeal to the Crown CourtCPD Part 63: Appeal to the Crown CourtCrimPR Part 64: Appeal to the High Court by Case StatedCrimPR Part 65: Appeal to the Court of Appeal: General RulesCrimPR Part 66: Appeal to the Court of Appeal against Ruling at Preparatory HearingCrimPR Part 67: Appeal to the Court of Appeal against Ruling Adverse to the ProsecutionCrimPR Part 68: Appeal to the Court of Appeal about Conviction or SentenceCPD Part 68: Appeal to the Court of Appeal about Conviction or SentenceCrimPR Part 69: Appeal to the Court of Appeal Regarding Reporting or Public Access RestrictionCrimPR Part 70: Reference to the Court of Appeal of Point of Law or Unduly Lenient SentencingCrimPR Part 71: Appeal to the Court of Appeal under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: General RulesCrimPR Part 72: Appeal to the Court of Appeal under Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: Prosecutor s Appeal Regarding ConfiscationCrimPR Part 73: Appeal to the Court of Appeal under POCA 2002: Restraint or Receivership OrdersCrimPR Part 74: Appeal or Reference to the Supreme CourtCrimPR Part 75: Request to the European Court for a Preliminary RulingCPD Part 75: Request to the European Court for a Preliminary RulingCrimPR Part 76: CostsCPD General Application: PD-90CPD Listing and Allocation: PD-96Sentencing GuidelinesPart 1: Reduction in Sentence for a Guilty PleaPart 2: New Sentences: Criminal Justice Act 2003Part 3: Overarching Principles: SeriousnessPart 4: Manslaughter by Reason of ProvocationPart 5: RobberyPart 6: Breach of a Protective OrderPart 7: Overarching Principles: Domestic ViolencePart 8: Sexual OffencesPart 9: Fail to Surrender to BailPart 10: Assault Definitive Guideline (Crown Court)Part 11: Overarching Principles: Assaults on Children and Cruelty to a ChildPart 12: Magistrates Court Sentencing GuidelinesPart 13: Causing Death by DrivingPart 14: TheftPart 15: Breach of an Anti-social Behaviour OrderPart 16: Attempted MurderPart 17: Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering OffencesPart 18: Overarching Principles Sentencing YouthsPart 19: Corporate Manslaughter and Health and Safety Offences Causing DeathPart 20: Burglary OffencesPart 21: Drugs OffencesPart 22: Offences Taken into ConsiderationPart 23: TotalityPart 24: AllocationPart 25: Dangerous Dog OffencesPart 26: Environmental OffencesIndex