A Child's Good Night Book by Margaret Wise Brown

A Child's Good Night Book by Margaret Wise Brown

By Margaret Wise Brown

Evening is coming and small issues with no phrases are going to sleep . . . sleepy bunnies, sleepy birds, and sleepy little ones, too, are becoming lower than their covers. "Jean Charlot's illustrations are first-rate." —NYT. Barbara Bader referred to as this 1943 booklet, now restored to its unique dimension and layout, "the first of the genuine bedtime books."

1944 Caldecott Honor Book

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Included The quotations given since they are relevant 1979. There have also been changes the later to statistics compiled up to in here, and classification partly due to the elimination of hybrid offences and to the CLA 1977 (see Appendices D, E ) . 2 Attempted included under to murder, commit offences and conspiracy or incitement the offence, except or attempted to commit for attempted murder, buggery, which are classified criminal damage were not recorded, up to 1976 criminal as such. Hybrid conspiracy Attempts inclusive, damage over £20 in value was then recorded.

The human assessing and describing any set of circumstances. Office amount between different of crime were chapter the recording methods have been described. proposed new instructions should methods and regards it as unrealistic consistency be to expect difficulties factors Apart in involved The the and in from this, the Home rigorous inspection of practices. 2 Classification problems Studies of recording methods used by [B 33] have force and between different for the police such as [B 11] and shown there is room for considerable variation, both within one an incident forces, as to what classification should be used involving crime, and very often no hard and fast line can be Crime 42 drawn which would points out classified validly produce consistency.

The police make a discovered ways gives summarily proceedings on indictment· The courts of criminal jurisdiction fall into two categories, courts of solemn jurisdiction the judge without sits (that with a jury). is, where proceedings are taken on a jury) and courts of summary indictment jurisdiction The courts of solemn jurisdiction, where the most serious cases are tried, are the High Court of Justiciary and the Sheriff Court. courts of summary jurisdiction, where the majority of cases are dealt are the Sheriff Court (which procedure) District and the tries cases Court under solemn (the latter replaced and of limited to a maximum of two years, although a case may High Court There the Sheriff Court (which has unlimited is no equivalent also The with, summary the Justice of the Peace court and the burgh (or police) court on 16 May 1 9 7 5 ) .

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