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Anthony and Berryman's Magistrates' Court Guide 2011


£79.00


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14 December 2010


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9781405749909


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Anthony and Berryman's Magistrates' Court Guide 2011

F G Davies

Overview

This popular annual publication provides a complete picture of the law. Practical and easy to use, it is the single most important guide to all the activities of the magistrates' court, whilst its straightforward and concise coverage of new case law represents excellent value for money.


Contents

A. Criminal offences;
B. Sentencing;
C. Road traffic;
D. Family proceedings;
E. The youth court;
F. Betting and gaming;
G. Licensing;
H. Council tax;
I. Court procedure;
J. Remands in custody and bail;
K. Justices in the crown court;
L. The role of the justices' clerk;
M. Applications to a justice

About the Author

By F G Davies BA, Barrister, Deputy Clerk to the Justices, North Cambridgeshire