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 practicing and academic lawyers, and I updated annually.
Cape, E. (2015). Section D1 powers of investigation, and Section D2 the decision to prosecute and diversion. In D. Ormerod (Ed.), Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2016Oxford University Press
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 2015|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2016|
|Keywords||police powers, suspects' rights, police investigation, prosecution, diversion|
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