A Practitioner's Guide to Ancillary Orders in Criminal Courts

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A Practitioner's Guide to Ancillary Orders in Criminal Courts

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This text sets out the law, application and analysis relating to Ancillary Orders that are available to criminal courts, both on acquittal and conviction. Many of these orders are available in the magistrates' court as well as the Crown Court, so practitioners of all levels of experience and practice need to be aware of them. In addition to providing guidance on, and analysis of, those orders, this book also sets out the consequences of breaches.

New for this edition:

- Knife Crime Prevention Order
- Serious Violence Reduction Order
- Prohibition Order - Psychoactive Substances
- Exclusion order - Licensed Premises

Table of Contents

Part 1 Orders on Conviction

1 Deprivation – General Powers
2 Forfeiture – Drugs, Terrorism and Weapons
3 Forfeiture – Miscellaneous Powers
4 Compensation Orders
5 Driving Disqualification – I
6 Driving Disqualification – II
7 Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986
8 Sexual Harm Prevention Orders (on conviction)
9 Serious Crime Prevention Orders (on conviction)
10 Restraining Orders (on conviction)
11 Travel Restriction Orders
12 Football Banning Orders (on conviction)
13 Destruction and Disqualification – Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
14 Costs Orders Against the Accused (prosecution costs)
15 Slavery and Trafficking Prevention Orders (on conviction)
16 Criminal Behaviour Orders
17 Psychoactive Substances Prohibition Orders
18 Exclusion Orders

Part 2 Orders on Acquittal/Available Without Need for Conviction

19 Defence Costs Orders
20 Restraining Orders (on acquittal)

Product details

Published 23 May 2024
Format Paperback
Edition 2nd
Extent 400
ISBN 9781526528742
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 234 x 156 mm
Series Criminal Practice Series
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

About the contributors


Elaine Freer

Dr Elaine Freer is a criminal barrister at 5 Paper…

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