Summary Justice South Australia

Summary Justice South Australia

By Chad Jacobi, Michael Grant


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Date: 26/06/2007

Code: 41167505

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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Looseleaf Summary Justice SA 24/08/2012 30124601 N/A
eSub - ProView Summary Justice SA - eSub 01/06/2014 41876606 N/A
Online Summary Justice South Australia 26/06/2007 41167505 N/A


Summary Justice South Australia is a comprehensive guide to the exercise of summary criminal jurisdiction in South Australia.
It offers the only commentary that is specific to the challenges faced by practitioners in summary jurisdiction (including at committal) from charge to sentence and orders for costs. The work also addresses the investigatory process and incorporates intervention orders.
It contains practical and clear commentary assisted by flow charts and diagrams to simply explain the summary criminal process. With chapters set out to follow the chronology of a criminal matter, it is an essential practice tool.
The service is designed to save time and money by providing a comprehensive one-stop reference for the user.
The looseleaf version is published in one handy volume and is updated at least five times a year (and more frequently if the need arises). The online version, available on the Westlaw AU platform includes all the features of the looseleaf version with enhanced functionality, law in force legislation and integration with other Thomson Reuters online publications (subject to subscription).

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