Produced in conjunction with the Inns of Court School of Law, the Bar Manuals are designed specifically for students on the Bar Vocational Course. The series takes a practical and accessible approach to subjects covered, placing them in context with worked examples and sample materials. This Manual provides support for the Advanced Criminal Litigation option on the Bar Vocational Course. This course goes considerably beyond the scope of the course in Criminal Litigation and Sentencing. It has a practical emphasis and concentrates on areas which are neglected in most academic criminal law courses, but which are important to the junior criminal practitioner. The first part of the manual deals with crucial areas of practice which pose problems of a tactical and /or evidential nature: disclosure; search and seizure; multiple defendants and identification. The second section covers dangerous drugs; public order offences; road traffic offences; regulatory law and the role of the European Convention on Human Rights in criminal practice. The final section is a case study with typical exhibits and explanatory text.