Criminal Litigation

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Criminal procedure - 389 pages
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This Guide explains and describes the criminal litigation process from the stage at which the police first undertake investigation of a crime through to criminal appeals. It is a comprehensive and self-contained resource book, eliminating the need to refer to other sources for information. It deals in a practical way with criminal procedure, with full consideration of tactical aspects. It incorporates a discussion of relevant skills and rules of professional conduct including interviewingand obtaining instructions, negotiation, fact management and advocacy. As well as dealing with the rules of criminal procedure there is in-depth treatment of all relevant aspects of the law of criminal evidence

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Early stages
Financing criminal litigation
Managing a criminal litigation practice

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Craig Osborne, District Judge, Northern Circuit, formerly Senior Lecturer in Law, Manchester Metropolitan University.

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