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Current Sentencing Practice

Current Sentencing Practice
Practice Area:  Criminal Law
ISBN:  9780414093010
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  02 Mar 2021
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Current Sentencing Practice offers comprehensive guidance and expert commentary on all aspects of the law and practice of sentencing.

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  • 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

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