Queensland Sentencing Manual

Queensland Sentencing Manual

By John Robertson


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Date: 19/11/2008

Code: 41167487

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eSub - ProView Queensland Sentencing Manual eSubscription 16/12/2012 41407274 N/A
Looseleaf Queensland Sentencing Manual 14/09/2012 30118094 N/A
Online Queensland Sentencing Manual 19/11/2008 41167487 N/A


The Queensland Sentencing Manual is a practical resource designed for those involved with sentencing and criminal law in Queensland. Presented in a clear, logical format, with extensive use of tables, concise explanations and guides to the various Acts and maximum penalties, the service promotes and encourages consistency in sentencing. 
Commentary and case notes are provided by Judge John Robertson of the District Court of Queensland, who regularly updates the service to reflect developments in law and practice.
This product can be used alongside other services, including Summary Offences Queensland, Criminal Law Journal and Australian Criminal Reports.


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