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CPR3701 NOTES UPDATED-2021.
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1. A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1.1. The place of the law of criminal procedure in the legal system The law of criminal procedure is the entire body of rules that prescribes the procedure to follow in punishing criminals by virtue of state authority. Criminal procedure must, subject to the supremacy of the Constitution: - provide a process to enforce criminal law; - allocate power to state officials; and - articulate fair process norms with reliable outcomes. LAW Public la...

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CPR3701 Notes.
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1. INDICTMENTS AND CHARGE SHEETS Section 32 of the Constitution - Access to information (1) Everyone has the right of access to – (a) any information held by the state; and (b) any information that is held by another person and that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights. Section 35 of the Constitution – Arrested, detained and accused persons (3) Every accused person has a right to a fair trial, which includes the right – (a) to be informed of the charge with suffi...

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CPR3701 Notes. Complete And Verified. Must Read.
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1. INDICTMENTS AND CHARGE SHEETS Section 32 of the Constitution - Access to information (1) Everyone has the right of access to – (a) any information held by the state; and (b) any information that is held by another person and that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights. Section 35 of the Constitution – Arrested, detained and accused persons (3) Every accused person has a right to a fair trial, which includes the right – (a) to be informed of the charge with suffi...

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Summary LLB CPR3701 DISCUSSION NOTES Please note that these notes do not replace your study guide, textbook and prescribed articles. It is merely there to assist you in your revision. It highlights some of the important parts of the work.
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Summary LLB CPR3701 DISCUSSION NOTES Please note that these notes do not replace your study guide, textbook and prescribed articles. It is merely there to assist you in your revision. It highlights some of the important parts of the work.

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CPR3701_ CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW NOTES UPDATED SEMESTER 02 2021.
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CPR3701_ CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW NOTES UPDATED SEMESTER 02 2021. A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1.1. The place of the law of criminal procedure in the legal system The law of criminal procedure is the entire body of rules that prescribes the procedure to follow in punishing criminals by virtue of state authority. Criminal procedure must, subject to the supremacy of the Constitution: - provide a process to enforce criminal law; - allocate power to state officials; and - articu...

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