Gerard Manley Hopkins
Chelsea House Publishers, 1986 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 179 pages
This treatise covers the procedural and substantive aspects of New York Criminal practice. Some of the materials provided include: analysis of the CPL and Penal Law and related New York and federal statutes and cases, decisional law, citations and cross references, constitutional and policy issues, and forms.
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