A Criminal Practitioner's Guide to Judicial Review and Case Stated

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Jordans, 1999 - Law - 355 pages
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Over recent years the use of judicial review has become increasingly important as a potential avenue of appeal in criminal proceedings. This text will equip practitioners with all of the working knowledge that they require in order to challenge a decision either by way of case stated or by judicial review. The book identifies the types of decision which are potentially subject to challenge, considers which remedy will be the appropriate one under given circumstances and gives detailed guidance on the procedure which needs to be followed. A highly practical work which will be relevant to any criminal law practitioner, whether acting for the prosecution or defence, A Criminal Practitioner's Guide to Judicial Review and Case Stated will also consider the likely impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 in this area. Available on 28 days' approval.

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