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[Webinar] SAL Annual Review of 2019 Cases on Criminal Procedure, Evidence and Sentencing

In 2019, the Supreme Court delivered many significant judgments in the area of criminal law and procedure. The cases decided included questions of the Court’s jurisdiction to scrutinise a decision to stand down charges, principles relating to expert evidence, qualification of pleas of guilt, and the necessity of ancillary hearings to determine the admissibility of statements.

 

The development of sentencing frameworks and benchmarks (seen in past years) also continued apace, with guideline judgments being issued on a wide spectrum of offences, including sexual offences and hurt offences. In addition, the Court also delved into the principles on uplifting a sentence where the accused abused the judicial process, and principles on sentencing offenders with intellectual disability. This session seeks to distil and discuss some of these developments.

 

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Webinar Date:
1 December 2020 (3.30pm - 5.00pm)

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In 2019, the Supreme Court delivered many significant judgments in the area of criminal law and procedure. The cases decided included questions of the Court’s jurisdiction to scrutinise a decision to stand down charges, principles relating to expert evidence, qualification of pleas of guilt, and the necessity of ancillary hearings to determine the admissibility of statements.

 

The development of sentencing frameworks and benchmarks (seen in past years) also continued apace, with guideline judgments being issued on a wide spectrum of offences, including sexual offences and hurt offences. In addition, the Court also delved into the principles on uplifting a sentence where the accused abused the judicial process, and principles on sentencing offenders with intellectual disability. This session seeks to distil and discuss some of these developments.

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

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