Fraud: A Practitioner's Handbook

Fraud: A Practitioner's Handbook

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Overview

“This excellent book…is the product of considerable industry and of a great deal of skill and experience… and certainly should find its way into the library of all who conduct criminal litigation in fraud cases, amongst them the judges on whom the duty of trying these cases fall.”
HHJ Alistair McCreath, Recorder of Westminster, Southwark Crown Court (from the Foreword)

This concise guide to the practice of fraud cases covers how fraud is committed, detected, prosecuted and defended.

Written in a level of detail that is both informative and accessible, much of the information contained in the book is presented in tabular format to enable readers to assimilate various checklists. The tables cover what must be proved, the means by which the case is capable of being proved, the most frequently encountered issues and the defences available for each. It also includes indicators of prevalent fraud offences, the practical issues which are likely to arise in each circumstance and information on sentencing for many individual types of fraud offence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781780436418
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publication date: 07/30/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 278,951
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Adrian Eissa, Colin Wells and Nathaniel Rudolf are all practising barristers at 25 Bedford Row.
Adrian Eissa QC is a barrister at leading crime and fraud chambers, 25 Bedford Row. He sits as Recorder of the Crown Court and is co-author of the Confiscation Law Handbook (Bloomsbury Professional).
Colin Wells, also of 25 Bedford Row, has extensive experience in fraud, is author of Abuse of Process, and is a contributor to Fraud: Law, Practice and Procedure.
Nathaniel Rudolf also practices from 25 Bedford Row. He is a fraud specialist and co-author of International Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. He is also a former Secretary to the Criminal Bar Association (2010–11).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Fraud Act 2006
Chapter 2 Conspiracy to Defraud
Chapter 3 Prevalent Types of Fraud
Chapter 4 Search, Seizure and Investigations
Chapter 5 Alternatives to Prosecution
Chapter 6 The role of the Preparatory Hearing, Case Management and Interlocutory Appeals
Chapter 7 Disclosure
Chapter 8 Abuse of Process
Chapter 9 Sentencing
Appendix 1 Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering Offences: Definitive Guideline
Appendix 2 Reduction in Sentence for a Guilty Plea: Definitive Guideline
Appendix 3 The Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, Part 3
Appendix 4 Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996, Part III
Appendix 5 Simple Cautions for Adult Offenders
Appendix 6 National Decision Model: Cautions
Appendix 7 Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, Part 12 3
Article 8 Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Code of Practice
Appendix 9 Control and Management of Heavy Fraud and Other Complex Criminal Cases
Appendix 10 Crown Prosecution Guidance: Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002 Part 7 – Money Laundering Offences
Appendix 11 Attorney General's Guidelines for Prosecutors on the Use of the Common Law Offence of Conspiracy to Defraud

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