Adjudication of Criminal Justice: Cases and Problems
This case book is organized around a series of criminal procedure problems based on a major homicide case (which appears in the appendix). Focuses on the hearing and adjudication phases of criminal procedure, and emphasizes prosecutor and defense roles in each of the vital steps in a criminal case from bail hearings through appeals, preliminary hearings, joinder and severance of offenses, speedy trial hearings, applications for discovery, motions to close proceedings to avoid prejudicial publicity, motions to suppress confessions, and many others.
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Bail and Pretrial Release Hearings
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2d Cir 9th Cir accused admissible argue arrest Assignment AUTHORITIES AND ADDITIONAL bail hearing Barbara Barrett Bordenkircher Carlson charge closure committed confession constitutional conviction crime Criminal Procedure cross-examination custody defendant defense attorney defense counsel delay dismissal drug due process evidence F.Supp facts government's grand jury guilty plea hearsay homicide indictment insanity defense Israel & King issues Jencks Act John Walker Barrett joinder judicial officer jurors LaFave Madison County magistrate judge matter ment Miranda warnings motion murder nolo contendere offense Officer Chaney opening statement Oxbow party plea agreement plea bargain police prejudice preliminary hearing present pretrial release prior probable cause Problem prosecution prosecutor question record request Rule of Criminal S.Ct SECTION sentence Sixth Amendment speedy trial speedy trial rights suppression testify testimony tion trial court United verdict violation voir dire voluntary manslaughter Wallop West Columbia Code West Columbia Rule