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English Law - Magistrates. Andrew Alexander

English Law - Magistrates.

Andrew Alexander

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This 1,600 word piece explains the functions of the Magistrates in English Law.The main areas studied are:-• Qualities Required by Magistrates:• People not eligible to be appointed as Magistrates:• District Judges (Stipendiary Magistrates):• LayMoreThis 1,600 word piece explains the functions of the Magistrates in English Law.The main areas studied are:-• Qualities Required by Magistrates:• People not eligible to be appointed as Magistrates:• District Judges (Stipendiary Magistrates):• Lay Magistrates (Appointment):• The Role of the Local Advisory Committees:• The Composition of the Magistrates Bench.• Magistrates’ Training:• A Magistrate’s Duties:• Retirement and Removal:• The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Magisterial System:History works by the same author:-• Philip II – King of Spain (Domestic Policies).• Philip II – King of Spain (Foreign Policies).• Henry IV – King of France.• Charles V – Holy Roman Emperor.Law works by the same author:-• English Law – Murder and Manslaughter.• English Law – Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person.• English Law – Offences Against Property.• English Law – General Defences in Criminal Law.• English Law – Ruth Ellis.• English Law – The Moors Murders.• English Law – Family Law.• English Law – The Law of Tort.• English Law – The Jury System.• English Law – Magistrates.• English Law – Freedoms.• English Law – Criminal Sentences.