By Hardy & H, Stephen Hardy
This ebook offers an fundamental and sensible advisor to crucial social paintings legislations and perform. It provides the reader a serious assessment of the fashionable felony process taking a look at the way legislation is made, the courtroom constitution and the expanding impact of criminal law from Europe. each one subject is written with the social employees specialist and vocational wishes in brain. It bargains with the main noticeable components of a social employees tasks: childrens and kin. It examines the felony justice process with a different bankruptcy at the position of the suitable grownup. The ebook bargains useful suggestion on showing as a qualified witness and the designated evidential issues of kids Act situations. Prisoners rights, discrimination legislations, equivalent possibilities, immigration legislation and social defense difficulties also are lined. Written by way of attorneys with large event of contemporary social paintings legislation and perform, legislation for Social staff offers transparent, certain counsel on crucial social paintings legislation and process from a realistic viewpoint.
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As magistrates, they deal with 98% of criminal matters and other civil disputes, as discussed above. Established since 1361 under the Justices of the Peace Act, magistrates are unpaid and receive the letters patent ‘JP’ after their name. They can sit in magistrates’ courts or with a judge in the Crown Court. They are appointed by the Crown under the supervision of the Lord Chancellor or the 22 SOCIAL WORKERS AND THE COURTS Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, for Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, and local advisory committees.
UK courts By the term ‘UK’ courts, we are referring to those which exist in England/Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Hence, we are discussing three separate legal systems which are governed by one Parliament. In England and Wales, since the Norman Conquest of 1066, the UK legal system and its component courts have undergone radical restructuring from Curia Regis, the King’s courts, to ecclesiastical courts, to Common Pleas, to the Court of Chancery, to the reforms of the 1970s and 1980s, to the courts today.
Report stage: Following the requisite Committee’s hearings, the MPs who make up the Committee draft and Report, which is tabled to the House in which the legislation began. • Third reading: At last the Bill and the proposed tabled amendments are debated and voted upon in the House. • Other House/final vote: Each Bill then goes to the other House to repeat the above mentioned procedure, before returning to its original House for a final vote. • Royal assent: Having been passed by both Houses of Parliament, every Bill is then sent to the Monarch for Royal Assent.
Law For Social Workers by Hardy & H, Stephen Hardy