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Current Sentencing Practice

Current Sentencing Practice
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Criminal Law
ISBN:  9780421257405
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Current Sentencing Practice offers comprehensive guidance and expert commentary on all aspects of the law and practice of sentencing.

Main features:

  • Sets out details of a wide array of offences, setting out maximum sentences, minimum sentences, and any applicable guidelines
  • Guides users to the most appropriate sentence for the most common offences
  • Details the various sentencing orders available to a sentencing court, setting out the applicable procedure and principles in a logical format
  • Re-produces relevant legislation with cross-references, annotations and commentary
  • Includes important decisions from the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) and the Divisional Court
  • Pays appropriate deference to the Sentencing Guidelines, reflecting the approach taken by the courts to offences with/without a definitive guideline
  • Three issues annually of Sentencing News

Sentencing News:

Included as part of your subscription to Current Sentencing Practice, Sentencing News features incisive articles and updates and analysis on legislation and recent cases. It provides an insight into how changes in the law are being received by the legal community, gives you a chance to read the results of research by well-regarded practitioners, and connects you with other great minds working in the same field.

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Part 1 – Sentencing Powers and Procedure
  • General Provisions and Principles
  • Pre-Sentence
  • Sentencing Hearing
  • Primary Disposals
  • Secondary Disposals
  • Children and Young Persons
  • Consequences of Conviction
  • Non-Recent Offences
  • Mental Health Disposals
  • Post-Sentence
  • Appeal
Part 2 – Offences 
  • Violent offences
  • Sexual offences
  • Property offences
  • Drugs offences
  • Driving offences
  • Regulatory offences
  • Offences against justice


Editors- Lyndon Harris and Sebastian Walker, 
Consultant Editors - Professor Julian Roberts


3 updating releases a year.

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