Criminal Law & Justice is the leading weekly resource for criminal law practitioners and all those working within the courts and criminal justice areas. It offers current and informative articles and commentary on all areas of criminal law
The 48 issues per year include:
- Cutting edge comment on today’s controversial issues
- Independent, topical and essential features
- Case digests and judgments
- Global news on the application of the rule of law and key projects
- Website with exclusive features and sections
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Read about all areas of interest in criminal justice, whether it is police, probation, animal cruelty, trading standards, local government or environmental issues and more… in one magazine
Criminal Justice Agencies
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Review a round-up of sentencing, upcoming Acts, SI’s and publications to see what is changing in the courts across England and Wales
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How Often is Criminal Law & Justice Published?
Criminal Law & Justice is a weekly magazine that keeps you up-to-date with the latest criminal justice headlines.
What Does Criminal Law & Justice Cover?
Criminal Law & Justice includes coverage across the criminal law arena: serious fraud, licensing law, family law, prison and probation, coroners’, environmental law, animal cruelty and local government, as well as youth court, police and social services, IT, trading standards and road traffic.
Is It Easy to Understand?
First published in 1837 as Justice of the Peace, Criminal Law & Justice was relaunched in 2009. A new and much improved design is now in use with content presented in a digestible format for easier navigation and contemporary and useable website.
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