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Bourke"s police and summary offences, Victoria comprising of the Police offences act 1958, Summary offences act 1966, Protection of animals act 1966, Vagrancy act 1966, Lotteries gaming and betting act 1966, being the second edition of Bourke"s Police offences by Victoria, Australia.

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Published by Butterworths in Sydney .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Australia,
  • Victoria.

Subjects:

  • Contraventions (Criminal law) -- Australia -- Victoria.

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Edition Notes

First ed. published in 1959 under title: Police offences act 1958; 3d ed. published in 1977 under title: Summary offences in Victoria.

Other titlesPolice and summary offences, Victoria.
Statementby J. F. Fogarty and P. D. Cummins. Consulting editor: J. P. Bourke.
ContributionsBourke, John Peter., Fogarty, J. F., Cummins, Philip D.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Pagination468 p.
Number of Pages468
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5274550M
ISBN 100409354023
LC Control Number71580843
OCLC/WorldCa155587

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Bourke’s Criminal Law Victoria is an indispensable tool for criminal law practitioners across the State. All important legislation required for the conduct of a criminal matter from beginning to end is covered in this one publication, with annotations to legislative provisions authored by expert authors. A summary offence is an offence that can be heard by a magistrate sitting alone, rather than a judge and jury. A summary offence can also be heard without the accused person being present at court. Summary offences are usually considered to be less serious offences. road traffic offences - for example, careless driving, drink driving and. Summary offences can only be heard in the Magistrates’ Court and so cannot be heard before a jury. However, there is provision under the Criminal Procedure Act (CPA) sections and for summary offences to be heard with other indictable offences in the County Court and Supreme Court in certain circumstances. Crimes which can only be heard and decided by a magistrate in the magistrates court are called summary general, these offences are less serious than indictable offences and the penalties that can be imposed are not as great. Summary offences make up the majority of the so called common offences, see common offences.A summary offence is defined by the Criminal Procedure Act (SA.

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