Criminal Law Investigation & Procedure Vic eSubscription

Criminal Law Investigation & Procedure Vic eSubscription

By Ian Freckelton AO KC

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Date: 13/05/2013

Code: 41509900

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Looseleaf Criminal Law Investigation and Procedure Victoria Volumes 1-5 14/09/2012 30141786 N/A
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Criminal Law Investigation and Procedure Victoria is a serious reference tool that puts primary criminal law content well within your reach. Convenient and easy to read, this service gives you easy access to extensive legislation and quality commentary on both indictable and summary offences in Victoria. The impressive author team is led by Dr Ian Freckelton KC and comprises leading criminal law practitioners in Victoria, from both criminal defence and prosecution.

The substantial coverage of law and procedure allows issues before, during and after court proceedings to be addressed.  Matters relating to procedure from arrest and questioning, fingerprinting and forensic procedures, through to trial procedure and sentencing are analysed and detailed guidance provided by the specialist commentary team. The full reproduction of the Crimes Act 1958 (allowing sections to be read within their subdivisions) is complimented by detailed commentary structured around the major areas and subject matter of the Act. 



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