Indictable Offences Queensland Online.

Indictable Offences Queensland Online.

By Judge Brendan Butler, Saul Holt QC

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Date: 15/09/2016

Code: 41711969

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Description

Butler and Holt's Indictable Offences Queensland is an essential resource for practitioners in the criminal jurisdiction of the District and Supreme Courts of Queensland. Indictable Offences Queensland provides concise, consistently structured annotations to the Criminal Code (Qld) as well as to other key legislation.

General Editors District Court Judge Brendan Butler and Saul Holt QC lead an author team of experienced barristers. Annotations have been written by barristers Benjamin Dighton, Saul Holt QC, Mark McCarthy, Paula Morreau, Ben Power, Nicholas Tucker and Neville Weston.

KEY FEATURES

  • Concise, consistently structured annotations
  • Updated regularly
  • Focus on current law rather than historical analysis
  • Quick access to:
    • Form of indictment
    • Jurisdiction
    • Definitions
    • Proof of the offence (elements, penalty and defences)
    • Evidentiary issues
    • Sentencing (including comparable cases)

Cross-referencing to key Thomson Reuters’ content in the Queensland Criminal Law Suite

including:

  • FirstPoint and cases
  • Summary Offences Queensland (Tucker and Mackenzie)
  • Queensland Sentencing Manual (Robertson)
  • Evidence Law in Queensland (Forbes)

KEY CONTENT

Thematic overview

The thematic overview is a navigational aid which will guide practitioners through a matter. It is a theme-based index to take readers, via cross-references and links, to the relevant Code provision and commentary.

The chronological order enables you to follow the path of an indictable proceeding. The overview also acts as a checklist of what needs to be considered for either a prosecution or a defence.

 

Criminal Code and essential legislation

Extensively annotated Criminal Code together with annotated legislation relating to key areas, including drugs, weapons, procedure, sentencing, bail and confiscation.

The work will be updated five times annually.

 

 

Table of Contents

Volume 1
 
Overview
  • Thematic Overview
The Code 
  • Criminal Code Act 1899
  • Criminal Code (Annotated)
Rules
  • Criminal Practice Rules 1999
Drugs
  • Drugs Misuse Act 1986 (Annotated)
Procedure
  • Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1978
  • Justices Act 1886 (Extracts) (Annotated)
  • Jury Act 1995 (Annotated)
Bail
  • Bail Act 1980 (Annotated)
 
Volume 2
 
Weapons
  • Weapons Act 1990 (Extracts)
  • Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013
Sentencing
  • Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Annotated)
Police Powers
  • Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Extracts) (Annotated)
Mental Health
  • Mental Health Act 2000 (Extracts)
Children and Young People
  • Youth Justice Act 1992 (Extracts) 
Federal Offences and Procedure
  • Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) (Extracts)
Dangerous Prisoners Orders
  • Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003 (Annotated)

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