Police Misconduct: Legal Remedies

This complete guide for all advisers, practitioners, students and academics has been expanded and updated to give fuller treatment to the practice and pocedure of suing the police, from pre-action considerations through issue of proceedings, summons for directions and discovery to the trial itself. It covers wrongful convictions, the Human Rights Act, inquests, inquiries, judicial review, criminal injuries compensation and property held by the police.

 

Review

'Lawyers and non-lawyers concerned with complaints of police misconduct will find this essential reading.' --Law Society Gazette

 

About the Author

John Harrison is a solicitor and partner at Sharpe Pritchard in London. Stephen Cragg is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London specialising in actions against the police and public law. Heather Williams QC is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London specialising in civil liberties, actions against the police, human rights and discrimination law. 

 

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