Practical Advocacy in the Crown Court

 
 
Bloomsbury Professional (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 17. September 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 200 Seiten
978-1-5265-1632-9 (ISBN)
 
Provides students and junior barristers, as well as solicitor advocates, with a practical understanding of advocacy in the criminal court. It is set out chronologically following the life of the case from first conference to appeal against conviction in the CA, with references to procedure, codes of conduct, key cases, and forms. Each chapter follows a similar format. The emphasis is very much on practical advice, with do's and don'ts along with mock situations and good practice boxes.

This is an ideal text for the junior bar and solicitor-advocates who do not attend court on a regular basis. It also serves as a useful aide memoir for pupil masters on what they should mention or advise their pupils to do, and indeed not to do, in hearings.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • Höhe: 234 mm
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  • Breite: 156 mm
978-1-5265-1632-9 (9781526516329)
Mary Cowe
Mary is a criminal barrister who appears in serious and complex cases. She does a mix of prosecution and defence work, exercising her forensic abilities and her advocacy skills in a variety of different types of case, including complex fraud matters and multi-handed drug conspiracies, as well as prosecuting and defending sexual offences. Her approach to any case is rooted in systematic and detailed preparation.

Susan Cavender
Susan specialises in a variety of areas of law that includes criminal, licensing, driving defence cases, regulatory/disciplinary and inquest hearings. She works primarily in crime covering a wide range of cases for both prosecution and defence. Noted for her clarity and good communications skills, Susan has writing experience having contributed to a Jordans text on Licensing.
Part I Starting out
Chapter 1 Survival Guide
Chapter 2 What is Advocacy
Part II Bail
Chapter 3 Bail Hearings and Bail Appeals
Chapter 4 Bench Warrants and Custody Time Limit Applications
Part III Clients
Chapter 5 Talking to Clients
Chapter 6 The Adversarial System
Part IV Evidential submissions
Chapter 7 Judicial Advocacy v Jury Advocacy
Chapter 8 Bad Character
Chapter 9 Hearsay
Chapter 10 Excluding evidence
Chapter 11 Insufficiency of Evidence
Chapter 12 Section 41 - 43 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999
Part V The Trial: Witnesses
Chapter 13 Witnesses
Chapter 14 Complaints
Chapter 15 Child and vulnerable witnesses
Chapter 16 Dealing with police witnesses
Chapter 17 Expert Witnesses
Chapter 18 Defendants and Defence Witnesses
Part VI The Trial: Written advocacy
Chapter 19 Jury Bundles as a Way to Persuade
Chapter 20 The Successful Skeleton Argument
Part VII The Trial: Speeches
Chapter 21 Speeches
Chapter 22 Defence Closing Speeches
Chapter 23 Hard Things to Say
Part VIII Sentencing
Chapter 24 Opening for Sentence
Chapter 25 Effective Mitigation
Chapter 26 Hospital Orders
Chapter 27 Ancillary Orders
Chapter 28 POCA
Part IX Appeals
Chapter 29 Appeal against conviction and sentence)
Part X Final word
Chapter 30 The Good Advocate

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