Taylor on Criminal Appeals

Editat de Paul Taylor
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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 22 Mar 2012
This new edition of Taylor on Appeals provides a detailed examination of the law and practice relating to criminal appeals. Written by a team of barristers with unparalleled experience of appellate practice, this book offers thoughtful coverage of all kinds of criminal appeals, ranging from magistrates appeals to the Crown Court up to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), the Supreme Court, and the Privy Council.The first edition (published in 2001) was quoted in judgments of the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), House of Lords, Privy Council, and High Court of Australia.
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ISBN-13: 9780199576258
ISBN-10: 0199576254
Pagini: 834
Dimensiuni: 178 x 247 x 50 mm
Greutate: 0 kg
Ediția: Revised
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom


an essential companion for anyone undertaking criminal cases... This work sets out everything that the advocate could require to know, whether on conviction or sentencing appeals.
...this book is indispensable for any serious criminal practitioner, whether they be experienced appellate lawyers or not.
This thorough and copiously footnoted work of reference contains over 100 pages comprising tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments, civil procedure rules and criminal procedure rules; plus - tables of European legislation, international treaties and convention, practice directions and notes.
We have waited years for the revised edition of this work, and it has been worth it. The editor has assembled a stellar team of contributors to produce a book that will effortlessly guide the practitioner through the appellate court system.

Notă biografică

Paul Taylor is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers. He has a leading appellate practice, and has appeared regularly before the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), the House of Lords, and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (in capital cases from the Caribbean). He also has extensive experience of drafting submissions to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, and representations in relation to the judicial setting of tariffs in murder cases under theCriminal Justice Act 2003. He provides regular commentaries for Butterworths Human Rights Direct and lectures on appellate matters.