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You Decide: Guilty or Not Guilty?

You Decide: Guilty or Not Guilty?

Christopher Davies


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A well written book tackling various Crown Court trials which could be used as a reference for new jurors. Law students will find many examples and insights into court procedures while those who enjoy reading legal matters will have the chance to air their views on each trial's verdict.
The book keeps the reader's attention throughout because each case is based on true facts. It makes easy, interesting reading and despite the seriousness of Crown Court trials is also funny at times.

ISBN : 978-1-78830-925-7

Published: 26/08/2021

Pages : 426

Size : 156x234

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Christopher Davies

Christopher Davies spent twenty years with the Daily Telegraph before becoming freelance in 2007. He spent two years visiting Crown Courts in England and Wales listening to various trials. He lives in Bromley (Kent).



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