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ISBN : 9780455238166
Publisher : Thomson Reuters
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Overview . "Prosecuting" is a practical manual for the barrister or solicitor on to how to prepare and conduct all aspects of a criminal trial whether by jury or judge alone. Authored by Ray Gibson, a leading criminal lawyer this Manual is focused on the skills-based aspects of prosecuting a criminal trial, "Prosecuting" provides: Practical information required by criminal law practitioners, prosecuting bodies, police, legal aid and courts who are involved in the criminal trial process. Delivers in one publication coverage of details of skills required to undertake a criminal prosecution in all Australian States and Territories "Prosecuting" includes Preparing your case The charges Conferences with witnesses Types of Evidence Opening Evidence-in-chief & re-examination Cross-examination Unfavourable witnesses The course of the trial Accomplices The final address The police prosecutor in as summary hearing Ethical duties of the prosecutor Prosecuting and the sentencing process Appendix 1 Case study Bates Appendix 2 The ten commandments of cross-examination by Irving Younger Appendix 3 Ten hints on a no-case submission by David Ross QC Appendix 4 Supreme Court of Victoria, Expert Witness Code



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