The Magistrate's Manual: Or, a Summary of the Duties and Powers of Ajustice of the Peace, Carefully Compiled From the Best Authorities; With Extracts From Adjudged Cases and the Statutes to the 56Th George Iii, 1816. With a Copious Collection of Precedent
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First published in 1816, this book is a comprehensive guide to the duties and powers of a justice of the peace in England and Wales. It includes information on criminal law, civil law, and procedure, along with extracts from adjudged cases and the statutes up to the 56th George III. With its copious collection of legal precedents and practical advice, it remains an essential reference for magistrates, lawyers, and law students.
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