Federal Criminal Law

Federal Criminal Law is an essential practice tool for anyone working in the field of federal criminal law. The thematic approach works especially well for practitioners who do not know the area well. Case references and expert annotations to legislative provisions enables the interpretation of legislation with ease. Federal Criminal Law deals with the primary areas of practice encompassing drugs offences, customs offences, corporations and tax offences, migration offences, social security offences, plus more. Online and Lexis Red publishing occurs (on average) at least twice a month and during periods of rapid legislative change occurs several times a month.

General Information
AuthorNeil J Williams SC; Justice Anthony J Payne SC; Cth DPP Sarah M McNaughton SC
Subject AreaCriminal Law
Updates4 looseleaf volumes; at least 7 updates per year
Charging MethodAnnual
UpdatesOnline; Updated as developments require.
Charging MethodAnnual
LexisNexis Red
Charging MethodAnnual
FormatiPad and Windows PC
  • Introduction to Federal Criminal Law
  • Investigation of Federal Offences
  • Prosecution of Federal Offences
  • Judicial Review of Federal Criminal Proceedings
  • Procedural and Other Legislation
  • Criminal Code
  • Crimes Act Offences
  • Sentencing of Federal Offenders
  • Welfare Fraud
  • Tax Offences
  • Offence and Penalty Provisions Under the Corporations Act 2001
  • Customs and Excise Prosecutions
  • Narcotics Offences
  • Other Offences
  • Proceeds of Crime

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