Criminal procedure in practice
This book provides practical guidance for attorneys on all the stages of a criminal case from the police investigation immediately following the crime, to issues involving the double jeopardy clause. The book interprets constitutional principals, case law & commentary that apply to both the prosecution & defense in federal, state, or military courts. It includes analysis by Paul Marcus, the Haynes Professor of Law at the College of William & Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law & practice comments by Jack Simmermann, a lawyer with 26 years of experience as a prosecutor, defense lawyer & triad judge. In addition to the commentary, the book incorporates helpful Checklists, Cautions, Warnings, Practice Tips, Techniques, Tactics, Forms & Strategies throughout the text, which are valuable to students & lawyers with little or no practical experience.
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An Overview of the Criminal Justice Process
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