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  • Author(s) Richard Taylor / Martin Wasik / Roger Leng
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  • Published1st December 2003
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199267255
This book analyses, explains, and evaluates the Government's flagship criminal justice legislation, the Criminal Justice Act 2003. It provides an accessible commentary on the wide ranging and complex changes introduced by the Act, which will leave few areas of the criminal justice system untouched. Anyone working in the Criminal Justice System or interested in its operation will welcome this guide, which provides invaluable insights into the purposes of the Act and a detailed explanation of its provisions. The book also includes the full text of the Act.Readership: All Criminal Law Practitioners: solicitors, barristers, the judiciary, magistrates, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Probation Service, the Police; academics and students of law, criminal justice, and criminology; reference libraries in the UK and worldwide.

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  • Author(s) Richard Taylor / Martin Wasik / Roger Leng
  • Edition
  • Published1st December 2003
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199267255
This book analyses, explains, and evaluates the Government's flagship criminal justice legislation, the Criminal Justice Act 2003. It provides an accessible commentary on the wide ranging and complex changes introduced by the Act, which will leave few areas of the criminal justice system untouched. Anyone working in the Criminal Justice System or interested in its operation will welcome this guide, which provides invaluable insights into the purposes of the Act and a detailed explanation of its provisions. The book also includes the full text of the Act.Readership: All Criminal Law Practitioners: solicitors, barristers, the judiciary, magistrates, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Probation Service, the Police; academics and students of law, criminal justice, and criminology; reference libraries in the UK and worldwide.
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