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Criminal Appeal Reports (Sentencing)

The Criminal Appeal Reports (Sentencing),[1] sometimes referred to as the Criminal Appeal (Sentencing) Reports,[2] are a series of law reports[3] of decisions which relate to sentencing.[4]

They are published by Sweet & Maxwell.[5] Publication began in 1979.[6][7] As of 2008, they were published six times each year.[8]

For the purpose of citation, their name may be abbreviated to "Cr App R (S)".[9]

See also

References

  1. ^ Advanced Criminal Litigation in Practice. Oxford University Press. 2008. Page 3.
  2. ^ E.g. Archbold Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice. 2007. Page xxv.
  3. ^ Advanced Criminal Litigation in Practice. Oxford University Press. 2008. Page 3.
  4. ^ Andrew Ashworth. Sentencing and Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Cambrdige University Press. 2010. Page 34.
  5. ^ James Willing. Willing's Press Guide. Willing Service. 1998. Volume 1. Page 372.
  6. ^ Enid Mona Campbell, Poh York Lee, Joycey G. Tooher. Legal Research: Materials and Methods. Fourth Edition. LBC Information Services. 1996. Page 147.
  7. ^ Andrew Ashworth. Sentencing and Criminal Justice. Fifth Edition. Cambrdige University Press. 2010. Page 34.
  8. ^ Advanced Criminal Litigation in Practice. Oxford University Press. 2008. Page 3.
  9. ^ Advanced Criminal Litigation in Practice. Oxford University Press. 2008. Page 3.

External links

"Criminal Appeal Reports (Sentencing)". Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations. Cardiff University.

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