Cox's Criminal Cases

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Cox's Criminal Cases are a series of law reports[1] of cases decided from 1843[2][3] to 26 June 1941.[4][5]

They were published in 31 volumes[6][7][8] from 1846[9] to 1948.[10] They were then incorporated in the Times Law Reports.[11]

For the purpose of citation, their name may be abbreviated to "Cox CC", "CCC"[12] or "Cox".[13][14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Williams, G.L., (1982). "Learning the Law", 11th Ed., London : Stevens, ISBN 0-420-46290-2, p. 40.
  2. ^ Archbold Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice. 1999. p xvi.
  3. ^ Reports of Cases in Criminal Law argued and determined in all the Courts in England and Ireland. By Edward W Cox. Volume I (1843 to 1846). Published by J Crockford, Law Times Office. Essex Street, Strand, London. 1846.
  4. ^ O Hood Phillips. A First Book of English Law. Seventh Edition. Sweet & Maxwell. 1977. Page 188. (Gives the date as 1941).
  5. ^ J Turnley Luscombe and Robert Calburn (Editors). Cox's Reports of Cases in Criminal Law argued and determined in the Courts of England. Volume XXXI. (1939 - 1941). Butterworth and Company (Publishers) Limited. Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London. 1948. Page 511. (The last case reported, Stuart v Anderson and Morrison, is dated 26 June 1941).
  6. ^ Enid Mona Campbell and Donald John MacDougall. Legal Research: Materials and Methods. The Law Book Company Limited. 1967. Page 19.
  7. ^ Bowker's Law Books and Serials in Print 1986-1987. R.R. Bowker Company.
  8. ^ William Livesey Burdick. The Law of Crime. M Bender & company, Incorporated. 1946. Volume 1.
  9. ^ Reports of Cases in Criminal Law argued and determined in all the Courts in England and Ireland. By Edward W Cox. Volume I (1843 to 1846). Published by J Crockford, Law Times Office. Essex Street, Strand, London. 1846.
  10. ^ J Turnley Luscombe and Robert Calburn (Editors). Cox's Reports of Cases in Criminal Law argued and determined in the Courts of England. Volume XXXI. (1939 - 1941). Butterworth and Company (Publishers) Limited. Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London. 1948.
  11. ^ O Hood Phillips. A First Book of English Law. Seventh Edition. Sweet & Maxwell. 1977. Page 188.
  12. ^ O Hood Phillips. A First Book of English Law. Seventh Edition. Sweet & Maxwell. 1977. Page 188.
  13. ^ Williams, G.L., (1982). "Learning the Law", 11th Ed., London : Stevens, ISBN 0-420-46290-2, p. 40.
  14. ^ Archbold Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice. 1999. p xvi.

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