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The Magistrates' Court An Introduction is a simple speedy summary This fully revised Fifth Edition takes account of the wide scale changes which have affected the work of Justices of the Peace and their courts in recent years A uniue handbook Consistently rated xcellent by reviewers Especially useful for newcomers to the topic A most useful introduction that can be used alongside other training materials or as an ideal self study guide Also includes a Timeline and an PostgreSQL Server Programming - Second Edition extensive Glossary of Words Phrases Acronyms and Abbreviations the language of the system which will be of particular use to people wishing to uickly get to grips with the terminology of the magistrates' courts Reviews 'This invaluable bookaims to inform andxplain and that it does admirably' The Magistrate 'It is no small wonder that this xcellent book has remained in print for two decades It really is a benchmark book managing the basic concepts with a suitable level of detail radically re written and updated for 2010' Phillip Taylor MBE Elizab.

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Ttees liaison arrangements and membership bodies a wealth of further detail but all 'uncluttered' by technical data Authors Bryan Gibson is ditor in chief Waterside Press He is a barrister former co The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, editor of Justice of the Peace and a regular contributor to specialist journals He was for 25 years a justices' clerk and during much of that time anlected member of the Council of the Justices' Clerks' Society and chair of its Criminal Law Committee He is co author with Paul Cavadino of The Criminal Justice System author of The New Ministry of Justice The New Home Office and The Pocket A Z of Criminal Justice amongst many others He has also written for The Guardian The Stage and numerous journals including Justice of the Peace The Independent Monitor and Prison Journal Mike Watkins is an xperienced trainer of magistrates who has written materials for the Judicial Studies Board Magistrates' Association and Universities of Birmingham and Cambridge previous ditions were titled Introduction to the Magistrates' Cour.

Eth Taylor Richmond Green Chambers Topics covered include the history of the magistracy and its robust heritage the modern day magistrates' court recent changes in administration and powers how people become JPs their training development mentoring and appraisal fundamental principals and tenets the key relationship between JPs and their legal advisers trial in the magistrates' court summary justice crime and anti social behaviour sentencing and connected items guidelines advice and judicial oversight important rules and procedures diversity uality fairness and human rights relationship to the Crown Court and other courts magistrates and district judges reasoned decision making location within the wider Criminal Justice System the role of the Ministry of Justice the role of HM Court Service adult courts youth courts and family courts road traffic and other 'specialist' areas civil and 'non police' matters a range of 'everyday topics' sample procedures open justice media reporting and public confidence key commi.

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