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Start by marking Defending Suspects at Police Stations: The . This book contains chapters which outline the issues behind defending detained clients and examines the principles of PACE and the Codes of Practice.

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A vast array of circumstances and areas are covered and in great detail, it is easy to follow and has copies of the codes of practice in the annex's

Defending Suspects at Police Stations is the comprehensive guide for those advising detainees at the police station.

Defending Suspects at Police Stations is the comprehensive guide for those advising detainees at the police station.

Find nearly any book by Ed Cape. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Defending Suspects at Police Stations: The Practitioners' Guide to Advice and Representation: ISBN 9780905099842 (978-05099-84-2) Softcover, The Legal Action Group, 1999.

Defending Suspects at Police Stations: The Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation. This chapter explores the development of police powers of investigation, and suspects' rights, in the 21 years following enactment of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. It concludes tha. More).

Representatives often lacked confidence and over-identified with the police Defending Suspects at Police Stations: The Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation.

Representatives often lacked confidence and over-identified with the police. This left suspects unprotected, rather than helping to ensure equality of arms. Where silence was advised, this was often a defensive strategy, the result of advisers lacking the competence to provide anything beyond a routinized response. In 78% of cases, advisers actively advised suspect to cooperate with the police, or assumed that they would do so. Where silence was advised, this was usually in response to an information deficit concerning the case. Defending Suspects at Police Stations: The Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation.

Giving legal advice to suspects under arrest in police stations. This book contains a complete sample portfolio for the Law Society Police Station Representatives Scheme

Giving legal advice to suspects under arrest in police stations. Flexibility is a must. Policing is a 24 hour a day business, 365 days of the year. Ed Cape's tome is as close to Biblical as it gets! It would be hard to over hype this book. Without a shadow of a doubt it is the ultimate authority for police station advisors. This book contains a complete sample portfolio for the Law Society Police Station Representatives Scheme. 4 Part A cases and 5 Part B cases. All cases in the portfolio have been assessed at the competence standard for the PSRAS scheme.

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Defending suspects at police stations: the practitioner's guide to advice and representation

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Explaining defendants' rights in statute and codes of practice, this book also sets out the action the lawyer at the police station needs to take at each stage to protect these rights and ensure fair treatment. Legal-aid implications are discussed in detail, and the book takes account of research findings on the various aspects of police-station advice. The author, an experienced criminal lawyer, is consultant to a firm of legal-aid solicitors, and a police-station duty solicitor.
Defending Suspects at Police Stations: Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation download epub
Criminal Law
Author: Ed Cape
ISBN: 0905099397
Category: Law
Subcategory: Criminal Law
Language: English
Publisher: Legal Action Group (September 30, 1993)
Pages: 448 pages