Prosecution and Criminal Trial Processes

The following topic forms part of Option Two: Unit Four - Criminal Law and Justice.

Police discretion in the decision to prosecute, including the use of police cautions. Functions of the Crown Prosecution Service, including outline of the roles of the Attorney-General and the Director of Public Prosecutions. Bail and remand in custody. The trial process, including youth justice.

 

 

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Units and Topics

The following units are part of the WJEC A/S and A Level GCE Law course

Unit One: Understanding Legal Structures and Processes

Unit Two- Understanding Legal Reasoning, Personnel and Methods

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option One - Contract and Consumer Law

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option Two - Criminal Law and Justice

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option Three - Freedom of the Individual and Protection of Human Rights

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual –Option One: Contract and Consumer Law

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual –Option Two: Criminal Law and Justice

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual – Option Three: Freedom of the Individual and Protection of Human Rights

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