Blackstone's guide to the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act 1994

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Blackstone Press, 1995 - Law - 349 pages
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Organized into thematic chapters, this book explains the background and rational of the new measures which analyze the likely impact and effects of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act. The book includes: coverage of changes in sentencing, including the new secure training orders andlong-term detention for young offenders; curtailment of the right to silence; provisions to deal with computer pornography and the new offenses of male rape; extended police powers to take body samples and new powers to deal with raves, trespassers, squatters and campers. A final chapter deals with the many miscellaneous changes contained in the Act such as those related to criminal injuries compensation, ticket and taxi touts and the intimidation of witnesses.;Martin Wassik also wrote "Crime and the Computer" and "Emmins on Sentencing". Martin Wasik is the authorof "Crime and Computer".

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Contents

Procedural changes
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Abolition of committal proceedings
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to mention facts when questioned or charged 3 8 Accused must have been
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