Adjudication of Criminal Justice: Cases and Problems

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Thomson/West, 2007 - Law - 134 pages
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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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