Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Judge-alone Trials (eBook)
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Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Judge-alone Trials
Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Judge-alone Trials will focus on the necessary steps to take when preparing for judge-alone trials: from the charge being laid, entering a plea, case review and pre-trail applications, through to the determination of the presiding Judge at the judge-alone trial.
Everyday scenarios are provided, together with tips, statements, sample documents and flow charts. The relevant legislation is also provided for ease of reference.
Bonifant, Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Sentencing, 2016
Murray, A Practical Guide to Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, 2016
Table of contents
2. The case files
3. The procedural steps
5. Meeting the client
6. Case theory
7. The first call in court and case management / case review hearings
8. Pre-trial hearings
9. Preparation for the judge-alone trial
10. Procedural steps in trial
11. No case to answer applications
12. Outcomes of judge-alone trials