If you’re dealing with the magistrates’ courts, you’ll need this annual guide on your shelf. Anthony and Berryman’s Magistrate Guide 2012 is a practical compendium that aims to update your knowledge of legislation and case law.
A logical structure makes it very easy to find information on various types of offences. There is guidance on key cases and practice developments and a wealth of new material:
The 2011 edition includes interesting new cases. These discuss Magistrates’ Court appeals against a decision of a local authority, which laws apply to judging unlawful conduct outside of the UK, as well as the difference between “reasonable suspicion” and “reasonable grounds for belief”.
Split-up into the various types of offences, Anthony and Berryman’s Magistrate Guide has grown over the years. Apart from the usual sections on bail and indexes for crime, other handy resources include tables of cases, tables of statutory instruments, tables of maximum penalties, a chunky index to criminal offences. Anthony and Berryman’s Magistrate Guide 2012 will save you time with easy access on annual updates to the law.
The Civil Court Practice 2011 Hardcopy and eBook set is your single point of reference for successful civil litigation. It provides you with everything you need for bringing, defending and appealing civil proceedings whether in the High Court, county court, Court of Appeal or Supreme Court – with detailed coverage of special jurisdictions.