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Author: Daniel Davis
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Title: Precedents of indictments: to which is prefixed a concise treatise upon the office and duty of grand jurors.
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Publisher: Gale, Making of Modern Law (December 20, 2010)
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Precedents of indictments: to which is prefixed a concise treatise upon the office and duty of grand jurors. by Daniel Davis



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Although this is not a book on the English legal system we will begin with an explanation of some basic points on what 'cases' are and how they come about. Criminal law cases, of course, come about because the police make an arrest and charge the accused, the legal arguments of the case being taken up by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). So now, when we talk below about precedents, ratio decidendi and other matters, we are usually talking about cases heard in the Court of Appeal or the House of Lords. What we are concerned with is not who won or lost but the legal principles that can be extracted from the case. As a law student, this is the setting you are most concerned with (if you become a practitioner you will of course have had to concern yourself with questions of fact, evidence and procedure, as well as the law, in the lower courts). 152 Learning Legal Rules.

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