Adam Payter discusses the job of a barrister and the steps he takes to prepare for court. He highlights the hunt monitor case, in which people were gathering evidence of illegal hunting and were arrested for trespassing. Payter argues that his clients had a reasonable excuse to defy the police officers who told them to leave and that they were not given enough time to leave the land.
- Type of Content: In Practice
- Title: Criminal Procedure: The Role of the Barrister
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Subject: Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Criminal Courts
- Duration: 00:16:15
Keywords: arrest (policing), barristers, burden of proof, clients, competitions (contests), comprehension, conferences, confiscation, court procedures, criminal justice system, cross-examination, deer, evidence (law), hunting, information advice and guidance services, internet, lawyers, legal advice, legal profession, misconceptions, precedent, preparedness, prosecution, protest, research, Satisfaction, Solicitors, Submission, training, trespass actions, video recording, witness testimony
Practitioner: Adam Payter
Client/Patient: PaulaOnline ISBN: 9781473954717Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2017