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Case Management in the Crown Court

By: Roderick Denyer
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Published: 20-08-2008
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 124
ISBN: 9781841137858
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Criminal Law Library
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £34.00

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About Case Management in the Crown Court

This book is not intended as an academic treatise on criminal law nor the law of evidence. It is designed instead to assist all those who work in the Crown Court in dealing with the day-to-day practical problems that arise both before and during trial. In particular it is deals with all the problems that pre-trial case management can pose as well as those management type problems that can arise during the course of a trial such as problems with jurors, witnesses and absent defendants. It deals with all the main applications such as bad character disclosure and abuse of process. As such it will be an invaluable vade mecum for barristers and solicitors appearing in the Crown Court, officers of the Court, Circuit judges, members of the CPS whose work brings them into daily contact with the Court and students on the BVC .


“As the Crown Court becomes one of the most regulated tribunals in the legal system, this timely book, succinctly charts its way through hurdles such as the PCMH, procedure in relation to bad character, hearsay and previous sexual history applications, special measures, protocols and disclosure. It also provides invaluable guidance on the applications of Goodyear procedures and special measures in a style which is both direct and tightly presented. Almost every eventuality that could possibly occur during the course of a Crown Court case is covered by the book, which should be safely tucked inside Archbold as an indispensable tool.” –  Johnathan Cooper, Criminal Bar Quarterly, Issue 4: October 2008

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