Criminal Procedures 2000: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials, Supplement
The best way to keep your Criminal Procedure materials up to date is to use this thorough supplement from a highly-regarded author team. Designed to complement the authors' other successful titles (CRIMINAL PROCEDURES-THE POLICE, CRIMINAL PROCEDURES-PROSECUTION AND ADJUDICATION, or their comprehensive casebook, CRIMINAL PROCEDURES) it is equally suited to a wide variety of other teaching materials as well. This 2000 Supplement offers: -authoritative treatment of the most current judicial and legislative. developments in Criminal Procedure -coverage of state courts, legislatures, and executive agencies -sound organization that balances historical development with contemporary issues -an in-depth focus on gathering evidence, evaluating charges, resolving guilt or innocence, and assessing and reassessing guilt and punishment Be sure to examine a copy before your next course.
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