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This third edition of a work on representing clients detained by the police includes updated versions of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and the PACE Codes of Practice. It has been revised to take account of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996; new Law Society guidance on advising clients; recent "right-to-silence" case law; the Police (Crime) Act 1997; new Duty Solicitor Arrangements; and other legislative and case-law developments. In addition to the changes in content, the text and layout have been revised to incorporate more examples, boxed summaries and "key-point" lists. There is also discussion of practical points, tactical tips and ethical issues, supported by check-lists, sample forms and specimen letters.
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Ed Cape is a solicitor and Professor of Criminal Law and Practice at the University of the West of England, Bristol, where he is the Director of the Centre for Legal Research.Review:
'It is difficult to believe that a solicitor with a criminal practice dare leave his office without this work.' Justice of the Peace 'Every legal representative called on to advise clients in police stations should have reference to it.' JCWI Bulletin
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