Section D1 powers of investigation, and section D2 the decision to prosecute and diversion
Two sections of a standard text for judges, prosecutors and criminal lawyers on criminal law and procedure. It provides a practical and scholarly account of English criminal law, evidence and procedure. The book is written by a team of leading practising and academic lawyers, and is updated annually.
Cape, E. (2014). Section D1 powers of investigation, and section D2 the decision to prosecute and diversion. In L. Hooper, & D. Ormerod (Eds.), Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2015Oxford University Press
|Publication Date||Oct 9, 2014|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2015|
|Keywords||police powers, suspects' rights, police investigation, prosecution, diversion|
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