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Miller on Contempt of Court 4th ed (eBook)

Edited by: C J Miller, David Perry

ISBN13: 9780192512000
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Contempt of court has been aptly described as the Proteus of the legal world, assuming an almost infinite diversity of forms. Its central concern is to protect the administration of justice in criminal and civil cases, but also to protect witnesses from being victimized and courts from being subjected to destructive criticism in the press, or disruptive conduct during their proceedings.

Professor Miller's classic work Contempt of Court gives a comprehensive treatment of the issues in this broad subject area including contempt in the face of the court, publication contempt, and civil contempt when orders are breached.

This new and updated edition has been written against the backdrop of transformations to the media and mass communication technology. Social media has changed day-to-day life almost beyond recognition, and its potential to prejudice criminal proceedings in particular has quickly become apparent.

The High Court and the Court of Appeal are considering with increasing frequency what steps might be appropriate to safeguard criminal trials in this context, which can include injunctions, orders made under the Contempt of Court Act 1981, and severe sanctions when members of the public find themselves in contempt. This edition incorporates the most recent case law in this area.

Through pragmatic and reliable analysis, this book provides the reader with an authoritative understanding of all aspects of this vital topic.

eBooks, Courts and Procedure
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes, Regulations and Rules
1: Introduction
2: Criminal and Civil Contempt of Court
3: Procedure and Jurisdiction in Cases of Criminal Contempt
4: Contempt in the Face of the Court
5: Contempt Through Interfering with Particular Legal Proceedings: Some General Considerations
6: The Period During Which Proceedings are Sub Judice or Active
7: Contempt in Relation to Particular Criminal Proceedings
8: Contempt in Relation to Particular Civil Proceedings and Proceedings in Tribunals
9: Open Justice: Reporting Judicial Proceedings
10: Victimization of Jurors, Witnesses, and Other Persons After the Conclusion of Proceedings
11: Further Miscellaneous Catagories of Contempt
12: Civil Contempt of Court

1: Contempt of Court Act 1981
2: Selected Procedural Rules