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4 edition of Garrow and Willis"s criminal law. found in the catalog.

Garrow and Willis"s criminal law.

New Zealand.

Garrow and Willis"s criminal law.

by New Zealand.

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Published by Butterworths in Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Criminal law -- New Zealand,
    • Criminal procedure -- New Zealand

    • Edition Notes

      First ed. by J. M. E. Garrow published in 1914 under title: The Crimes act, 1908; 4th ed. revised by W. S. Spence published in 1962 under title: Garrow and Spence"s criminal law.

      SeriesButterworths standard N.Z. textbooks, no. 5
      ContributionsGarrow, James Mitchell Ellis, 1865-1935, ed., Willis, Jack Duddingston.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxiii, 672 p.
      Number of Pages672
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5725926M
      LC Control Number70462882

      'A Law book yes, but boring no, a delight to read': Internet Law Book Reviews. 'Without the pioneering work of William Garrow, the legal system would be stuck in the Middle Ages': Radio Times 'Garrow can truely be said to have revolutionised the practice of criminal law /5(25). Tags: Criminal law, Criminal procedure, James Mitchell Ellis Garrow, KUQ, Law of New Zealand, Law of Pacific Area. Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand, and William Stanley Spence. Garrow and Willis's criminal law. by Farrukh Spanjol | | UncategorizedAuthor: Cornelius Lobnikar.

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        Clive Anderson: Garrow’s Law gives credit to a neglected legal hero The former barrister turned television and radio presenter hails the radical 18th-century lawyer celebrated in . Find items like Garrow's Law: Series 2 DVD and read 5 reviews with a /5 star rating at Acorn. Andrew Buchan (, The Fixer) returns as fiery barrister William Garrow in this award-winning courtroom drama set in 18th-century England. In a time when prisoners in court have few rights, Garrow leads a legal revolution, coining the phrase "innocent until proven guilty" and defending the accused /5(5).


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