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    Is there a 'black-letter law' equivalent of Archbold for Scots law? I know of Renton and Brown but that seems to be procedural rather than substantive law.
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    Is there a 'black-letter law' equivalent of Archbold for Scots law? I know of Renton and Brown but that seems to be procedural rather than substantive law.
    What exactly do you mean? There's Gordon on Criminal Law, or Walker and Walker on Evidence, but I'm not sure you're after that.
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    It looks like Gordon on Criminal Law is what I'm after -- thanks.
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    (Original post by jrs20)
    It looks like Gordon on Criminal Law is what I'm after -- thanks.
    Excellent, one thing to bear in mind with Gordon is that it is fairly old now, so it's probably a good idea to look at the updating supplement as well as the most up to date edition of Jones and Christie.
 
 
 
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