Criminal Procedure in the Magistrate's Court is an accessible, practical and concise guide to the fundamental principles and leading cases of criminal procedure in the Magistrates' Courts.
The comprehensive commentary found in this loose leaf is a product of the authors' collective and profound knowledge of the law and from their vast experience gained through the years.
Criminal Procedure in the Magistrates' Court helps practitioners find quick and ready solutions to practical problems in criminal procedure.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Fundamental rights and the Constitution: fair trial provisions
Chapter 2 - Preparation
Chapter 3 - Pre-trial procedures
Chapter 4 - Continuation of proceedings
Chapter 5 - Defence options after the state's case
Chapter 6 - Plea in magistrate's court on a charge to be tried in the High Court, and preparatory examination
Chapter 7 - Defence testimony
Chapter 8 - Parties' addresses
Chapter 9 - Judgment
Chapter 10 - Previous convictions
Chapter 11 - Preparation for and principles of sentencing
Chapter 12 - Sentencing
Chapter 13 - Witnesses
Chapter 14 - Evidence
Chapter 15 - Review and appeal
Chapter 16 - Specific crimes and precedents