Fully updated, this excellent collection provides you with a quick and easy way to access the key criminal cases from 2006 and bring yourself up to date with the latest in criminal litigation. This portable guide brings together digests of over 100 of the most relevant and topical cases of 2006. Key cases include: R v Ashton (procedural failures); R v O'Brien and Others (dangerous offenders); and R v Card (bad character). The cases are organised alphabetically within subject areas for swift navigation, enabling the reader to quickly find the most up-to-date cases. Each case contains a concise digest of the essential ruling and is supported by electronic updates.
Table of Contents
1. Sentencing; 2. Bad character; 3. Appeals and review; 4. Procedure, evidence and practice.
Andrew Keogh is a partner at Tuckers Solicitors and the editor of Key Criminal Cases 2005 (2006) and Criminal Procedure Rules 2005 - Case Management Resources (2005), and author of CLSA Duty Solicitors' Handbook 3rd Edition (2006) and Criminal Justice Act 2003 - A Guide to the New Law (2004) also published by Law Society Publishing. He regularly lectures and appears on TV and radio in relation to criminal litigation issues. Andrew is a committee member of the Criminal Law Solicitors Association.