Lexis^®^PSL Crime: a single source of criminal procedure and offences.
Instant and transportable access. Supporting criminal practitiones in all areas affecting their clients.
Lexis®PSL Crime provides a comprehensive and immediate response for this fast-paced environment – online access, updated daily and available wherever you are.
Checklists pull together all the resources that are needed in practice, improving client care, case preparation and risk management for lawyers and companies. In addition Lexis®PSL Crime provides a portal into the Lexis®Library content, creating a more comprehensive solution.
Lexis®PSL Crime offers practical guidance, practice notes, precedents and drafting notes, cases and current awareness. It is a full service solution for criminal lawyers, to help plan strategy from the moment you get the call until the case goes through court.
√ Get the results you need, fast. Instant guidance, with consolidated summaries and intuitive navigation tools built around your daily activities.
√ Master new areas quickly. Insights that you can immediately use, from experienced practitioners, with over 30 years PQE.
√ There when you need it. Whether you’re in court, on the road or at the station.
Working in partnership with leading firms
We take direction from our Consulting Editorial Board to ensure we consistently deliver relevant practical guidance so that you have the confidence to make more informed decisions, based on sound, practical advice.
Meet the Crime team who have developed Lexis®PSL Crime.
Arrest and search
Magistrates' court proceedings
Crown Court procedure
Appeal or judicial review
Confiscation, restraint and asset seizure
Offences against the person and public order
Theft, fraud and property offences
Road traffic offences
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Brand new - Monthly round up
Listen to the latest in this year’s series of short podcasts pinpointing some of the key developments in criminal law. At the end of each month, Anne-Marie Lynch, Solicitor in the Lexis®PSL Crime team, will be reviewing some of the key changes to cases and legislation from across that month.
This month’s topics include some of the developments on sentencing, confiscation and new offences.
Click here to listen to the podcast.
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