Description - Advocacy in the Magistrates' Courts by James Welsh
This book deals with the real practicalities of getting results in the Magistrates' Court. It looks at who's who at court, and who holds what information, where forms are kept and how to fill them in. This new edition contains practical guidance which until now has been hard to find in other publications for example: How to get bail How to argue for separate representation What should you be looking for in disclosure A digest of jargon and shorthand used by the police, CPS and court staff Advocacy in the Magistrates' Courtis an excellent tool for Barristers and Solicitors who need to become accomplished at practising in the Magistrates' Court.
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(234mm x 156mm x 19mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - James Welsh
James Welsh is a practicing Barrister and Head of advocacy training at BPP Law School. He is an Inns of Court accredited advocacy trainer and an experienced trainer in Solicitor CPD programmes.