Fraud: A Practitioner's Handbook

; Colin Wells ; Nathaniel Rudolf

Fraud: A Practitioner's Handbook is a practical and essential guide to fraud and the relevant investigatory bodies. This new title in the Criminal Practice Series enhances the reader's practical understanding of fraud; how it is committed, detected, prosecuted and defended. Les mer
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Fraud: A Practitioner's Handbook is a practical and essential guide to fraud and the relevant investigatory bodies. This new title in the Criminal Practice Series enhances the reader's practical understanding of fraud; how it is committed, detected, prosecuted and defended.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1 The Fraud Act 2006
Chapter 2 Conspiracy to Defraud
Chapter 3 Prevalent Types of Fraud
Chapter 4 Search, Seizure and Investigations
Chapter 5 Alternatives to Prosecution
Chapter 6 The role of the Preparatory Hearing, Case Management and Interlocutory Appeals
Chapter 7 Disclosure
Chapter 8 Abuse of Process
Chapter 9 Sentencing
Appendix 1 Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering Offences: Definitive Guideline
Appendix 2 Reduction in Sentence for a Guilty Plea: Definitive Guideline
Appendix 3 The Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, Part 3
Appendix 4 Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996, Part III
Appendix 5 Simple Cautions for Adult Offenders
Appendix 6 National Decision Model: Cautions
Appendix 7 Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, Part 12 3
Article 8 Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Code of Practice
Appendix 9 Control and Management of Heavy Fraud and Other Complex Criminal Cases
Appendix 10 Crown Prosecution Guidance: Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002 Part 7 - Money Laundering Offences
Appendix 11 Attorney General's Guidelines for Prosecutors on the Use of the Common Law Offence of Conspiracy to Defraud

Om forfatteren

Adrian Eissa, Colin Wells and Nathaniel Rudolf are all practising barristers at 25 Bedford Row.