West/Wadsworth, 1999 - Criminal procedure - 365 pages
Uniquely brief and affordable, this paperback split from Scheb/Scheb's CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE is intended to meet the needs of professors and students looking for approachable and comprehensive coverage of criminal procedure. Utilizing extensive case material, this book presents all of the necessary course coverage in a manageable fashion and integrates the material in a logical manner. The Schebs bring a combined experience that is both practical as well as academic.
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