Defending Young Offender Cases 1997
|Defending Young Offender Cases 1997 is aimed at
practitioners representing young people accused of criminal activity. It
advises the attorney of the most effective means of representation throughout
the entire process - from the initial phone call through the arraignment and
trial, until the final disposition. Addresses issues such as admissibility of
evidence; use of psychological reports; structure and content of arguments;
transfer applications and more.
Written by Sheena Scott, Mavin Wong and Brian Weagant. Published by Carswell, 1997.
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