A student's guide to the federal rules of criminal procedure
A Student?s Guide to the Rules of Criminal Procedure, Second Edition is the perfect companion to any criminal procedure or federal criminal law coursebook. This text provides a straightforward overview of the criminal justice system, explains all the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (including the 2005 Proposed amendments), and tracks recent cases from all jurisdictions. The text discusses recent changes in the law, including changes in death penalty law, criminal investigations under the Patriot Act, effective assistance of counsel, special discovery issues, and sentencing issues.
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