Crime Control: Police right to Stop and Search , Court can draw negative inferences from defendant remaining silent when questioned, Extended police detention is allowed for questioning on suspicion of indictable offences and terrorist offences, Jury trials are only for serious offences. Magistrates are more likely to convict than juries., Evidence of bad character is permitted in certain circumstances, Restrictions on availability of legal aid, Due Process: Right to know why you're being arrested, Right to a lawyer, Rules governing admissibility of evidence in court, Right of appeal, Prosecution has a duty of disclosure of evidence in advance, Right to remain silent,




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