Description - Bail in Criminal Proceedings by Neil Corre
The question of bail arises every time a case is adjourned and the accused is remanded. This key text provides a uniquely comprehensive account of the law, practice, and procedure governing bail at every stage in an action from the police station to the House of Lords. It includes the relevant legislation and procedural rules, case law, and also offers guidance on ethics as well as research findings in this area. This new edition has been completely updated to take account of major changes introduced by the forthcoming Criminal Justice Act.
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Author Biography - Neil Corre
Neil Corre is a Solicitor-Advocate, consultant with City firm Sonn Macmillan, and course director of London Legal Lectures. David Wolchover is Head of Chambers at 7 Bell Yard, London, and has practiced at the criminal bar since call in 1971.