Butterworths Stone's Justices' Manual 2020
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Why should you buy Butterworths Stone's Justices' Manual 2020
Now in its 152nd edition, Butterworths Stone's Justices' Manual is the most comprehensive and authoritative reference source in its field.
In three volumes, this publication provides the most reliable and current coverage of all the changes affecting magistrates' courts, including criminal procedure. The accompanying CD-ROM completes the service and an updating CD-ROM and supplement in November, included in the subscription, ensure you remain completely up to date.
Updates to the 2020 edition include:
- New narratives on Extradition and Human Rights
- New introductions to the Dangerous Dogs Law and Breathalyser Laws at the beginning of Road Traffic
- European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020
- Coronavirus Act 2020
- R v Cheeseman
- Luton BC v Alvaton Luton Ltd
- Addesee v Dentons Europe LLP
- R v PS and others
- Jones v Crown Prosecution Service
- R (on the application of Golding) v Crown Court at Maidstone
- R (DPP) v Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court
- DPP v Walsall Magistrates' Court
- DPP v Lincoln Magistrates' Court