Advanced Criminal Procedure: Cases, Comments and Questions
This book is suited especially for those schools offering two courses on criminal procedure, one dealing largely with police practices, the other placing primary emphasis on the post-"police practices" or "investigation" phases'from bail to post-conviction review. Presents a basic structure of the American criminal justice process. Also includes materials on pretrial release, the decision of whether to prosecute, the preliminary hearing, and the grand jury review.
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