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Criminal Disclosure Referencer [Reading] ➿ Criminal Disclosure Referencer Author Tom Wainwright – Disclosure remains the most important part of trial preparation and can often make the difference between conviction and acuittal The process can only work and produce fair results if all parties to t Disclosure remains the most important part of trial preparation and can often make the difference between conviction and acuittal The process can only work and produce fair results if all parties Criminal Disclosure PDF \ to the process are aware of their duties The second edition of Criminal Disclosure Referencer first edition The Disclosure Referencer provides practitioners with a practical user friendly guide to the law and guidance relating to the disclosure of unused material The text follows the disclosure process chronologically from the commencement of the investigation to the conclusion of the case drawing together all the relevant legislation codes guidelines rules protocols and case law in a comprehensive manner thereby enabling the reader to see uickly and effectively the duties and obligations of the main participants Since the last edition of this work the criminal justice landscape has changed fundamentally The number of pre trial hearings have been drastically reduced and replaced with a single 'Plea and Trial Preparation Hearing' The principles of 'Better Case Management' have been introduced reuiring advocates to take responsibility in relation to disclosure In the vast majority of Crown Court cases evidence and disclosure are now provided digitally All of these changes reuire parties to the criminal justice system to be fully up to date with their obligations in relation to disclosureThe second edition is updated to take account of numerous developments in legislation case law and procedure includingAttorney General's Guidelines on Disclosure updated October Judicial Protocol on the Disclosure of Unused Material in Criminal Cases updated December Magistrates' Court Disclosure Review June Revisions to the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act Codes of Practice as a result of the Magistrates' Court Disclosure Review Criminal Procedure Rules incorporating digital case changeoverNew codes of practice relating to Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act December The Covert Surveillance and Property Interference code of practice and the Covert Human Intelligence Source' code of practice December The Interception of Communications code of practice January Criminal Procedure Amendment Rules R on the application of Yam v Central Criminal Court UKSC Whether there was a power under the common law or under the Admin of Justice Act s to prevent an individual from placing certain material before the ECtHR If so whether the power could be exercised where the domestic court was satisfied that it was not in the interests of the State for the material to be made public even to the ECtHRR v Asiedu Manfo Kwaku EWCA Crim R v Salt Daryl EWCA Crim R v Boardman David EWCA Crim Courts approach to failures in disclosure by ProsecutionR v R and others EWCA Crim The Court of Appeal provided guidance on disclosure where large uantities of electronic documents are involved and on rulings as to abuse of process where delay has been caused by disclosureR on the application of Nunn v Chief Constable of Suffolk UKSC Hugely significant case on the Crown's duty of disclosure post conviction.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 394 pages
  • Criminal Disclosure Referencer
  • Tom Wainwright
  • 06 June 2015

About the Author: Tom Wainwright

Tom Wainwright is the Britain Editor of The Economist He joined the Britain section in to cover a beat including crime and justice migration and social affairs In he Criminal Disclosure PDF \ became the newspaper’s Mexico City bureau chief responsible for coverage of Mexico Central America and the Caribbean There he wrote a special report on Mexico “From darkness dawn” In he returned to Londo.