Readership: Practitioners (solicitors and barristers) practising in criminal law, members of the judiciary; the Crown Prosecution Service, the Police, magistrates' clerks; academics and vocational students working in the field of criminal law; reference libraries in the UK and worldwide.
Neil Corre, Barrister, 7 Bell Yard, and David Wolchover, Head of Chambers, 7 Bell Yard
"...No one actively practising or otherwise seriously concerned with the English criminal law can hope to survive without it...it cannot be too highly praised for it's thorough and indeed exhaustive exploration of the intricacies as well as the principles of it's subject...their job is to set out and comment upon the law as it is. They have done their job splendidly and we are all in their debt."
1: The Right to Bail
2: Surety and Security
3: Conditions other than Surety or Security
4: Failing to Surrender and Breaching Conditions
5: Renewed Applications for Bail
6: Police Bail
7: The Jurisdiction of the Magistrates' Court
8: The Jurisdiction of the Crown Court
9: Bail Pending Appeal
10: The Jurisdiction of the High Court
11: Vulnerable Suspects and Defendants
12: Custody Time Limits
13: The Role and Duties of the Advocate on Matters of Bail