LexisNexis AnswerGuide New York Criminal Procedure

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LexisNexis, Nov 14, 2012 - Law - 738 pages
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The one volume LexisNexis AnswerGuide New York Criminal Procedure is designed for the New York criminal law attorney to use in the office, the courtroom, or at home. It covers important topics related to pre-trial criminal procedure, including arraignment, bail, guilty pleas, jurisdiction of criminal courts, search and seizure, grand jury, and pre-trial motions.

LexisNexis AnswerGuide New York Criminal Procedure cites to specific, relevant criminal statutes contained in the New York Criminal Procedure Law and Penal Law, and related criminal provisions of the Correction Law, Executive Law, Judiciary Law, Public Health Law, and Vehicle and Traffic Law--with amendment notes, to help attorneys understand and use the statutory sections supporting pre-trial criminal procedures.

The topically organized, LexisNexis AnswerGuide New York Criminal Procedure title includes 55 detailed, task-oriented checklists, and over 200 practice pointers highlighting both defense and prosecution perspectives (Defense and Prosecution Warnings, Defense and Prosecution Startegic Points, Exceptions, Timings) to ensure best practices and avoidance of potential practice pitfalls from both parties in the criminal case.

Authored by Judge Barry Kamins, Acting Supreme Court Justice for Criminal Matters in the Second Judicial District, LexisNexis AnswerGuide New York Criminal Procedure offers valuable insights for both experienced trial lawyers and attorneys new to criminal practice.

 

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Contents

ARRANGING DEFENSE COUNSELS RETAINER
MANAGING AND INVESTIGATING CLIENTS CASE
PREPARING TO PROSECUTE CRIMINAL CASES
EVALUATING CRIMINAL COURT JURISDICTION
PREPARING FOR ARRAIGNMENT
EVALUATING BAIL ISSUES
FILING ACCUSATORY INSTRUMENTS
AMENDING AND FILING SUPERSEDING
DISCOVERY PROCEDURES
OBTAINING DISCOVERY BY COURT ORDER
EVALUATING IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES
CHALLENGING AND DEFENDING SEARCH
JUSTIFYING SEARCH BY INVOKING EXCEPTIONS
Poisonous Tree Doctrine
UNDERSTANDING PRETRIAL MOTIONS
PARTICIPATING IN PRETRIAL HEARINGS

CONSIDERING GRAND JURY ISSUES
EXERCISING GRAND JURYS AUTHORITY
UNDERSTANDING ISSUES RELATED TO GUILTY
TABLE OF STATUTES
INDEX
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