Sentencing Law and Practice, 3rd edition
This book is an essential resource for practitioners or students. Professor Geoff Hall presents the new statutory regime, an introduction to principles and operation of sentencing principles, a full analysis of the Act, and the relevant statutes.
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Sentencing Law and Practice 3rd edition provides a comprehensive overview of sentencing law in New Zealand by sentencing expert Professor Geoff Hall. Taken from the authoritative looseleaf Hall's Sentencing, this text includes the annotated Sentencing Act 2002 as well as in-depth commentary on the principles of sentencing. This text will be an invaluable resource for law students, practitioners, and those working in the field of criminal sentencing.
Table of contents
• Table of Contents
• Table of Cases
• Table of Statutory Instruments
• Introduction - Principles of Sentencing
• Sentencing Act 2002 (2002, No 9)
• Sentencing Amendment Act 2007 (2007, No 27)
• Sentencing Practice Note  2 NZLR 575