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Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2021
Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2021
Author: Mark Lucraft
ISBN: 9780414080720
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Date Published: 2020
Format: Hardback
Price: 490.00
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Description
The 2021 edition of Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence & Practice, the leading criminal court book for the Crown Court, will publish in October in print and eBook formats.
SAME PRICE AS LAST YEAR
The price of Archbold continues to be frozen at £395, with no increase on last year’s price. This price is the same for both print or eBook formats and includes the Sentencing Code Special Supplement, the Sentencing Guidelines Supplement and all updating supplements.
EDITORIAL TEAM
Archbold continues to expand and strengthen its expert author team: we welcome Nicola Talbot Hadley to the team and congratulate HHJ Mark Lucraft QC on his appointment as Recorder of London, The Hon Mr Justice Hilliard on his elevation to the High Court Bench and the appointment of Allison Clare as Queen’s Counsel.
SENTENCING CODE
In advance of the proposed Sentencing Code coming into force, the 2021 edition of Archbold includes a separate special supplement with a fully revised version of Chapter 5A on Sentences & Orders on Conviction. Chapter 5A on Sentences & Orders on Conviction (pre-Sentencing Code) is published in the Main Work. The new version of Chapter 5A in the separate special supplement has been comprehensively updated for the Sentencing Code, reproducing all the relevant material and explaining in detail how previous decisions apply to the new law.
REVISED, RESTRUCTURED AND UPDATED CONTENT
The Archbold team has continued to work tirelessly to produce a revised and improved text, based on in-depth feedback received from its readership. On a rolling basis content has been rewritten and restructured and layout improvements implemented. The 2021 edition continues this work with Chapter 6 on Costs being completely revised so that the subject is dealt with thematically to make it less repetitive and easier to follow. Surplus legislation has been summarised or removed and a new Appendix F in the Supplement has been created which includes the Practice Direction (Costs in Criminal Proceedings) (2015); the Costs in Criminal Cases (General) Regulations 1986 (SI 1986/1335) and the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 (ss.141, 142).
Chapter 8 (renamed ‘Witnesses’) has been revised to cut down on large commentaries and descriptions of legislation to make it more streamlined. Commentary on measures to assist the vulnerable has been added.
Chapter 15 has been split into two (15A and 15B) so that Investigatory Powers and Confessions and Exclusion of Evidence are in separate sections to make the content less unwieldy and easier to navigate.
Chapter 25 (Terrorism & Other Offences against the Crown and Government) has been further edited to focus on legislation of practical use and a short new section on the early release of terrorist prisoners (Terrorist Offenders (Restriction on Early Release) Act 2020) has been added.
Chapter 13’s title has been updated to include ‘Rehabilitation of Offenders’ to make that section more prominent, and Chapter 31’s heading is revised to ‘Offences relating to Marriage, Public Nuisance, and Obscene or Indecent Publications’.
All legislation and case law has been fully revised and updated. A full list can be found at www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/archbold/whats-new.aspx
Legislation has been amended in respect of the Coronavirus Act and the Criminal Procedure Rules 2020 and updated in relation to further Brexit amendments. With regard to the proposed Sentencing Code, aside from the separate version of Chapter 5A on Sentencing, legislative amendment notes in other chapters have been updated to reflect the position at the time of going to press when the Sentencing Bill had not yet been enacted.
Chapters
1. Commencement of Proceedings; The Indictment 2. The Criminal Jurisdiction of the Crown Court 3. Bail, Appearance of Accused for Trial, Presence During Trial 4. Trial 5A. Sentences and Orders On Conviction (pre-Sentencing Code) 5ASC. Sentences and Orders On Conviction (Sentencing Code [included in special supplement] 5B. Confiscation under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 6. Costs and Legal Aid 7. Criminal Appeal 8. Witnesses 9. Documentary and Real Evidence 10. Miscellaneous Sources of Evidence 11. Hearsay Evidence 12. Privilege, Public Interest Immunity and Disclosure 13. Evidence of Bad Character & Rehabilitation of Offenders 14. Evidence of Identification 15A. Investigatory Powers 15B. Investigatory Powers 16. Human Rights 17. The Mental Element in Crime 18. Principals and Secondary Parties 19. Offences Against the Person 20. Sexual Offences 21. Offences under the Theft and Fraud Acts 22. Forgery, Personation and Cheating 23. Criminal Damage and Kindred Offences 24. Firearms and Offensive Weapons 25. Terrorism and Other Offences Against the Crown and Government 26. Money Laundering Offences 27. Harmful or Dangerous Drugs 28. Offences against Public Justice 29. Public Order Offences 30. Business, Revenue and Customs Offences 31. Offences relating to Marriage, Public Nuisance, and Obscene or Indecent Publications 32. Motor Vehicle Offences 33. Conspiracy, Encouragement and Attempt to Commit Crime

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