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The Drugs Offences Handbook

By: Tim Moloney QC, Steven Bird, Tom Stevens, Paul Mason, Harriet Johnson, Abigail Bright
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Published: 26-01-2018
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 416
ISBN: 9781780436630
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Series: Criminal Practice Series
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £75.00
 

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About The Drugs Offences Handbook

The Drug Offences Handbook is a comprehensive, but accessible, guide to criminal law focusing solely on illegal drugs.

This brand new title is a detailed and practical exposition of the law relating to drugs offences, with much of the information provided in tabular format for ease of reference. It provides a focussed and concise analysis of evidential and litigation issues and covers the entire subject through 13 chapters in three main areas: Offences, Evidence and Post-Convictions.

Offences:
Includes detailed coverage and commentary of all relevant authorities and statutory provisions.

Evidence:
Includes coherent and succinct coverage of expansive areas of law, and provides the reader with sufficient detail in the vast majority of cases, and in any commonplace exploration of the law relating to illegal drugs.

Post-Conviction:
Provides the most comprehensive coverage possible of case law surrounding the Sentencing Council guidelines and also includes chapters on confiscation and forfeiture.

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