Principles of Criminal Procedure: Post-investigation
West, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 821 pages
This book, for use in connection with a course focused upon the formal part of the criminal process, covers counsel, bail, the charging decision, preliminary hearing and grand jury review, the prosecution's location and scope, speedy trial, pleading and discovery, guilty pleas, jury trial, pretrial publicity, the trial, double jeopardy, sentencing, appeal and collateral attack.
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