A Practical Guide to Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, 2nd edition - LN Red Book

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This book provides comprehensive commentary to the Criminal Procedure Act 2011, in addition to the accompanying Regulations and Rules.

When it was enacted, the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 represented the most significant reform of criminal procedure in over 50 years. This second edition takes in developments in the law since the legislation was first passed.

Criminal procedure legislation is annotated by a leading expert in the field, so as to provide maximum usability to practitioners practicing in criminal procedure.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 – Introduction


Chapter 2 – Preliminary provisions


Chapter 3 – Commencement of proceedings


Chapter 4 – Pleas and election


Chapter 5 – Case management


Chapter 6 – Sentencing indications


Chapter 7 – Transfer to trial court


Chapter 8 – Pre-trial procedures and pleas


Chapter 9 - Trial


Chapter 10 – Presence of parties at hearing


Chapter 11 – Provisions relating to charges


Chapter 12 – Retrials following acquittals


Chapter 13 – Adjournments, transfers, witness summons and warrants


Chapter 14 – Dealing with defendants under 20


Chapter 15 – Stays, rehearings and records


Chapter 16 – Solicitor-General’s role and Crown involvement


Chapter 17 – Reporting and publication


Chapter 18 – Appeals: introduction


Chapter 19 – Pre-trial appeals


Chapter 20 – Conviction appeals


Chapter 21 – Sentence appeals


Chapter 22 – Contempt of court appeals


Chapter 23 – Costs order appeals


Chapter 24 – Suppression order appeals


Chapter 25 – Question of law appeals


Chapter 26 – Other appeals


Chapter 27 – Solicitor-General’s references appeals


Chapter 28 – Appeals: general provisions


Chapter 29 – District Court Jurisdiction


Chapter 30 – General Provisions


Chapter 31 – Rules and Regulations


Chapter 32 – Transitional and savings provisions


Appendix A – Criminal Procedure Rules 2012


Appendix B – Court of Trial Protocol


Appendix C – Crown Prosecution Regulations 2013


Appendix D – Solicitor-General’s Prosecution Guidelines