Advanced Criminal Procedure: Cases, Comments, and Questions
Thomson/West, 2005 - Law - 1705 pages
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" phasesfrom 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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PART ONE INTRODUCTION
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accused adversary system alleged applied appointed counsel arrest assistance of counsel attorney bail Blockburger Brady Brady material challenge charge claim concluded conduct confession conflict Consider constitutional right conviction Court of Appeals crime criminal justice Criminal Procedure CRIMPROC cross-examination decision defendant's defense counsel detention determine disclosure discovery discretion dismissal dissent District Court double jeopardy due process Due Process Clause enforcement error evidence exculpatory fact Federal Rules felony Fourteenth Amendment Fourth Amendment grand jury guilty plea harmless error held indictment investigation issue judicial jurisdictions jurors L.Rev lawyer lesser included offense limited magistrate ment misconduct Note offense opinion person petitioner plea bargaining police prejudice preliminary hearing present pretrial prior probable cause proceeding prosecution prosecutor protection question reasonable rejected release respondent right to counsel sentence Sixth Amendment speedy trial standard statements statute Strickland Supreme Court testify testimony tion trial court trial judge United violation waiver witnesses