Traffic Law in Western Australia
|Author(s) :||Mugliston, P; Ainsworth, S; Colebatch, H|
|Short Description :|
|Format :||Practitioner, Softcover|
|Published :||September, 2007|
It is a quick and easy guide, full of practical tips for police officers, prosecutors, defence counsel as well as self-represented litigants, dealing with matters from driving and vehicle offences and police procedures to preparation and conduct of matters in court.
* Police Procedures
* Driving Licences
* Driver Offences
* Drink Driving Offences
* Careless, Dangerous and Reckless Driving Offences
* Accidents and Furnishing Information
* Vehicle Offences
* Vehicle Regulations
* Motor Vehicle Theft
* Forgery, Fraudulent Use and False Statements
* Demerit Points
* Preparation and Conduct of Matters in Criminal Courts
* Civil Liability
* Appeals to the Supreme Court in Traffic Matters
Patrick Mugliston B. Juris LLM (UWA) is a barrister at Francis Burt Chambers and has taught criminal law, contract law and civil procedure. He is a reporter for the WA State Law Reports in mining law, State Administrative Tribunal and District Court decisions.
Hal Colebatch BA (Hons) MA B Juris LLB PhD was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia in 1981. He was awarded an Australian Centenary Award in 2003 for services to law, writing, political commentary, and poetry.