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Criminal Law &
Justice Weekly


   Justice of the Peace
     Reports 2011
Cases Reported in December (2)
R. v. Vinall and J. Criminal law.
CA. Page 517.
Director of Public Prosecutions
v. Heathcote. Road traffic. QBD.
Page 530.
Tido v. The Queen. Criminal
evidence. Privy Council.
Page 539.


Vol. 176
January 7


criminallawandjustice.co.uk


2                        Comment

                        Public Order and Policing

                        Tom  Hennessey writes that officers need to be confident
                        on the parameters and thresholds that apply to their lawful
                        use of force


3                        Overview of the week

                        Police; Terrorism; Human Rights; Police; Assisted Suicide;
                        Statistics; Prison


5                       Practice and Procedure

                         Rape   Defendant Anonymity -

                         Part  1

                         David Wolchover and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong discuss
                         the debate that won't die



9                       Professional

                        The   CCRC: Real Possibilities and

                        Lurking Doubts

                        Rupert Grist considers whether criticisms of the Criminal
                        Cases Review Commission are valid


II                       Sentencing

                        The   Case Against Mandatory

                        Sentences

                        Alec Samuels on why Judges should be freed from
                        imposing inflexible sentences


12                       Scuttlebutt

                        Felicity Gerry on evidence


13                       CL&J Reporter

                        Cases covered: Practice Guidence; Proceeds of Crime;
                        Magistrates


15                      Weekly Law Digest


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