About the Author
Simon Cooper is a Lecturer at Manchester Law School, Manchester Metropolitan University
Jonathan McGahan is a Senior Lecturer at Manchester Law School, Manchester Metropolitan University, and a non-practising solicitor
Table of ContentsSTATUTES.- Criminal Procedure Act 1865.- Criminal Evidence Act 1898.- Perjury Act 1911.- Law of Property Act 1925.- Children and Young Persons Act 1933.- Homicide Act 1957.- Criminal Justice Act 1967.- Civil Evidence Act 1968.- Criminal Appeal Act 1968.- Theft Act 1968.- Family Law Reform Act 1969.- Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.- Civil Evidence Act 1972.- Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.- Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.- Oaths Act 1978.- Magistrates' Courts Act 1980.- Contempt of Court Act 1981.- Senior Courts Act 1981.- Criminal Justice Act 1982.- Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984.- Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.- Criminal Justice Act 1988.- Children Act 1989.- Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.- Civil Evidence Act 1995.- Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996.- Human Rights Act 1998.- Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999.- Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000.- Crime (International Co-operation) Act 2003.- Criminal Justice Act 2003.- Sexual Offences Act 2003.- Domestic Violence, Crime and VictimsAct 2004.- Legal Services Act 2007.- Serious Crime Act 2007.- Counter-Terrorism Act 2008.- Coroners and Justice Act 2009.- RULES OF COURT.- Civil Procedure Rules 1998.- Criminal Procedure Rules 2015.- INTERNATIONAL LEGISLATION.- Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.- PACE CODES.- PACE Code C.- PACE Code D.
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