Indictable Offences in Queensland-ebook

Indictable Offences in Queensland-ebook

By Judge Brendan Butler, Saul Holt KC

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$190.00* RRP

Date: 26/10/2017

Code: 9780455500652

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA


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Indictable Offences in Queensland provides barristers, solicitors and judges with clear, concise guidance on the law governing serious crime in Queensland. 

This portable volume is designed to help users quickly find the most appropriate access to the content they need. It might be through the consistently structured annotations to the Criminal Code and other key legislation relating to topics such as drugs, bail and sentencing. Alternatively, it could be through the Thematic Overview which takes practitioners sequentially through a matter, with cross-references to Code provisions and includes commentary which does not logically sit within the Code and could therefore be more difficult to grasp with reference to the annotated legislation alone.

Current to 1 October 2017, this accessible treatment of Queensland criminal law is written by expert barristers working in conjunction with General Editors Judge Brendan Butler and Saul Holt QC. A powerful combination of substantive expertise and practical understanding of the law in operation, Indictable Offences in Queensland will appeal to practitioners of all levels of expertise as well as students.

The contents of this volume are taken from the subscription work, Butler & Holt's Indictable Offences Queensland, available in various print and digital formats.

"The publishers of this compact work have claimed that it is portable and its design is to assist users in quickly finding the most appropriate access to the content they need. In their crafting, the authors have more than achieved that claim. Practitioners in the field of criminal law require a reference book that is portable and quick of reference, whether in Court, chambers or a busy office. The authors have ably done this. Fittingly, it meets the anticipation of Archbold in the first edition of his work published as long ago as 1822, “my sole object has been to make this a practical useful book”.

I commended this book to all who require answers that have the hallmark of  clarity and authority."

Bill McMillan, Barrister-at-Law, Chambers 7.11.17


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