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Indictable Offences Queensland
The essential guide to the law governing serious crime in Queensland
Butler and Holt's Indictable Offences Queensland is your essential guide to criminal law in the District and Supreme Courts of Queensland. As well as providing you with a unique navigation guide to criminal procedure in Queensland, Indictable Offences Queensland also provides concise, consistently structured annotations to the Criminal Code (Qld) and other key legislation.Enquire now
Why Indictable Offences Queensland?
Easily navigate your way through complex criminal provisions with a unique theme-based index, and clear and consistent annotation headings.
Focus on current law
Access up-to-date, concise annotations to the Criminal Code and other essential legislation.
Save space and time with our portable two-volume work (one go-to-court volume) with only essential material included.
Broaden your research options using cross-references to related products in the Queensland criminal law suite.
Table of Contents
Criminal Code Act 1899
Criminal Code (Annotated)
Criminal Practice Rules 1999
Drugs Misuse Act 1986 (Annotated)
Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1978
Justices Act 1886 (Extracts) (Annotated)
Jury Act 1995 (Annotated)
Bail Act 1980 (Annotated)
Weapons Act 1990 (Extracts)
Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013
Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Annotated)
Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Extracts) (Annotated)
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)
Sample Criminal Code Chapters
Chapter 33 — Offences Against Liberty
This chapter deals with offences with the common feature of unlawfully depriving a person of their liberty (ss 354–355) or of failing in duties by the keepers of those lawfully deprived of their liberty (ss 356–358).
Download chapter 32 of Indictables Offences Queensland – the essential guide to the law governing serious crime in Queensland. Chapter 32 deals primarily with sexual offending against adults where absence of consent is an element of the offence. Within the chapter a distinction is drawn between offences relating to sexual penetration of another without their consent (rape, attempted rape and assault with intent to rape) and other serious sexual assaults.
Download Chapter 33 of Indictables Offences Queensland– the essential guide to the law governing serious crime in Queensland. Chapter 33 deals with offences with the common feature of unlawfully depriving a person of their liberty (ss 354–355) or of failing in duties by the keepers of those lawfully deprived of their liberty (ss 356–358).
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Volume One — This take-to-court volume contains the thematic overview, annotated Criminal Code, Criminal Practice Rules and annotated legislation relating to drugs, procedure and bail.
Volume Two — This volume contains other essential annotated legislation and commentary in key areas, including sentencing, police powers and dangerous prisoners.
The subscription will be updated five times annually, with more frequent legislation updates online.
"This is a service written by practitioners for practitioners. A team of practising criminal barristers has written fresh, up-to-date but succinct commentary to the Criminal Code and associated criminal statutes. The emphasis is on supplying the current law in a portable and accessible format."
Judge Brendan Butler AM SC
Brendan Butler AM SC
BA LLB, LLM (University of Queensland)
Admitted as a barrister in 1976, Brendan was appointed Senior Counsel in 1994.
In 1998, Brendan was appointed Chairperson of the Criminal Justice Commission and then the Crime and Misconduct Commission.
Brendan returned to the Bar in 2004 and in 2008 was appointed Chief Magistrate and a Judge of the District Court of Queensland.
After completing five years as Chief Magistrate he now sits as a District Court Judge. Judge Butler was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2006.
Saul Holt QC
BA LLB, LLM (Hons) (Auckland University)
Saul was a Crown Prosecutor in New Zealand for nine years and was appointed Senior Crown Counsel in 2005.
In 2008, Saul was responsible for the development of the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 (Vic).
Between 2009 and 2013, Saul was the Director of Criminal Law at Victoria Legal Aid and then VLA's first Chief Counsel.
In 2012, Saul was appointed Senior Counsel and a Victorian Law Reform Commissioner.
In January 2014, Saul moved permanently to Brisbane and now practises at the Bar in Queensland and Victoria.