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|Школа английского. Изучение английского языка. Все для изучающих английский язык Автор Inns o.C.S.o.L. Издательство Oxford University Press|
The Clutter slayers, granted a reprieve by a Federal judge, evaded their date. Andrews kept his. ln the disposition of capital cases in the United States, the median elapsed time between sentence and execution is approximately seventeen months. Recently, in Texas, an armed robber was electrocuted one month after his conviction; but in Louisiana, at the present writing, two rapists have been waiting for a record twelve years. The variance depends a little on luck and a great deal on the extent of litigation. The majority of the lawyers handling these cases are court-appointed and work without recompense; but more often than not the courts, in order to avoid future appeals based on complaints of inadequate representation, appoint men of first quality who defend with commendable vigor. However, even an attorney of moderate talent can postpone doomsday year after year, for the system of appeals that pervades American jurisprudence amounts to a legalistic wheel of fortune, a game of chance, somewhat fixed in the favor of the criminal, that the participants play interminably, first in the state courts, then through the Federal courts until the ultimate tribunal is reached—the United States Supreme Court ...
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This manual provides support for the advanced criminal litigation option on the Bar Vocational Course.
|Law Society of Ireland Manual Criminal Litigation|
|LPC Handbook on Criminal Litigation 2006 - 2007|
The 2006 edition features increased coverage of the youth court and bail from the police station.
|Blackstone's Statutes on Criminal Justice and Sentencing|
|Test Yourself in Evidence, Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Sentencing|
|Judicial Discretion. A Comprehensive Examination of Male and Female Criminal Sentences|
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|Advanced Civil Litigation (Professional Negligence) in Practice|
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|Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2007|
|Blackstone's Criminal Practice|
|Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2007 (+ CD-ROM)|
The CD is also available together with the book as a pack.
|Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2006 (+ CD-ROM)|
|Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2006|
|Blackstone's Guide to Criminal Procedure Rules|
|Blackstone's Statutes on Criminal Law|
|Card, Cross and Jones Criminal Law|
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|Cases and Materials on Criminal Law|
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|Civil Litigation 2006-07|
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|Civil Litigation 2006-07|
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Each title in the series seeks to strip its subject to the core - identifying the fundamental principles which underlie it and concentrating on the most important topics - while continuing to point out the intellectual challenges and difficulties within it. The result is a range of texts which take you straight to the heart of their subject matter by providing a succinct and reliable account of the current law.
|Criminal Law Textbook|
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