Alex, Thanks for the reply and information. I now understand the 'Mackenzie friend' principle, after finding the 2010 guidance of 2010 on the web.
However, in order to assist my son-in-law, I need to get access to cases, but cannot afford £300 on Amazon! It appears justice comes at a cost. This offence is not very new, so I probably don't necessarily need absolutely up-to-date material. Also Wilkinson's appears to have 2 volumes, I imagine I only need one, but don't know which one. Could you look on Amazon and point me to the cheapest appropriate second hand one? Or perhaps are they at a public library? And a final option: can I subscribe to a on-line database which has the same material, perhaps at a cheaper cost. Many thanks.
You would need Volume I
You may be able to subscribe to something like Lexis Library, that will probably have it
Does that help?
Alex, That doesn't help unfortunately. I have tried to find the volume I in a public library, but there are none in Oxford. Can you advise a public library in Reading or London which has the volume? With regard to Lexis, I don't think I will want to try that on the basis that they probably have a case library. Can you say more definitely where I can search road traffic cases on line? Many thanks, Mike
I can't say where the book will be, probably a university.
All I can say is which book you need.
Sadly online there are only legal practice websites such as that which I have given you
Does that clarify?