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Both practitioners and students and even laymen can, therefore, be grateful for the appearance of this new edition at such an opportune time. Although I prefer the exposition method adopted by some other books, which avoids the repetition, continual cross-reference and multitudinous quotations from judgments of the apparently annotated statute approach of this book, it is my opinion, nevertheless, that, used regularly, this book will be of invaluable assistance in providing the reader with an insight into and an understanding of the workings, purposes and scope of criminal procedure.
In many respects the previous editions the first being published in are complementary to this latest edition. The 10th edition deals with the CPA and legal developments, as far as case law and statutory amendments are concerned, up to March Various valuable appendices are included in the book.
An innovation that in my opinion needs mentioning is the concise references that have been inserted on the Bill of Rights in appropriate places in the material based on the CPA. Sections of the Constitution dealt with are reproduced after the index to each chapter, with mention of the subdivision of the chapter where each section appears.
Such selected sections of the Constitution are included by way of an appendix at the end of the book; also supplied is a list of the sections of the CPA that are dealt with in the text, the relevant page being indicated.
The book consists of two parts, part one covering selected general principles of the law of criminal procedure and part two dealing with the criminal process. Part two is divided up to cover four phases, namely the pre-trial criminal procedure, the trial phase, the sentencing phase and the post-verdict and post-sentencing stage. The book introduces readers to the fundamental principles and values underlying this specialised field of law and can be used as a systematic guide through the rules of procedure that apply in criminal cases.