Summary Offences in Victoria - ProView eSub

Summary Offences in Victoria - ProView eSub

By Kyle McDonald

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Date: 07/06/2017

Code: 42102585

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Summary Offences in Victoria clearly sets out all matters relevant to the prosecution and defence of summary (or minor) offences in Victoria's Magistrates' Courts.

Expert commentary has been written by barrister and former Police Prosecutor Kyle McDonald..

Summary Offences in Victoria addresses issues such as:

  • Nature and functions of a charge sheet
  • Distinction between charge sheet and summons
  • Time limits for commencing summary charges
  • Wording charges
  • Location, date and other essential elements
  • Types of errors in charges
  • Amending charges
  • Alternative liability
  • Sentencing

It provides an alphabetical list of frequently prosecuted summary offences in Victoria and for each offence presents:

  • the relevant provision
  • statement of charge
  • wording of charge
  • penalty
  • matters to be proved
  • other possible offences
  • defences

Deep links to other Thomson Reuters subscription works (such as Criminal Law, Investigation and Procedure Victoria) are included as "Other references" throughout the work.

The subscription work will be regularly updated (3-4 times per year) to include changes to offences and new offences.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Summary Offences

Chapter 2 – Charges

Chapter 3 – Disclosure and Particulars

Chapter 4 – Burdens of Proof

Chapter 5 – Sentencing

Chapter 6 – Offences

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