We understand today's pressures on your workload, and we want to help, which is why our criminal law portfolio has been designed to make your day-to-day life easier. You can be confident that amongst our range of criminal law titles will be just what you need to assist in your latest, and next case.
Sweet & Maxwell has the legal information to support you whether you are taking a criminal case through the Crown Court, Magistrates Court or the Criminal Court of Appeal. With Archbold Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice, the most frequently cited reference in the Crown Court at the helm, our criminal law portfolio covers many areas of criminal law including fraud, criminal evidence, sexual offences, extradition, proceeds of crime, human rights and criminal justice, money laundering, misuse of drugs and much more. Analysis, commentary and legal insights are provided from criminal law experts such as Andrew Mitchell QC, His Honour Judge Mark Lucraft QC, His Honour Judge Peter Rook QC, Alix Beldam, Susan Holdham, Lyndon Harris, and Michael Zander QC to name a few.
We provide the latest in criminal case law and legislation in the format that works best for you. With our looseleaf titles Current Sentencing Practice and Mitchell, Taylor & Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime, and our journals Criminal Law Review, Criminal Appeal Reports and Criminal Appeal Reports (Sentencing) you'll find the information you need to stay ahead.
Our annual editions of popular criminal law reference works Sentencing Referencer, Crown Court Index and Archbold Magistrates' keep you informed of all the latest sentencing guidelines, updated criminal procedure rules, important case law developments, key pieces of legislation and new cases affecting criminal practice, procedure and evidence today.
So whether you are a researcher, solicitor, barrister or Judge working in criminal law our wide range of legal information is designed to support you at every step.
Several of our criminal law titles, including Archbold, are available online through Westlaw UK, our online legal research service.