Principles of Criminal Procedure: Investigation
This text examines the more formal part of the criminal process, from bail to post-conviction review. Among the topics covered are right to counsel; the charging decision; preliminary hearing and grand jury review; the location, scope and timing of the prosecution; pleading and discovery; guilty pleas; jury trial; pretrial publicity; the trial; double jeopardy; and sentencing.
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The Legal Structure
Arrest Search and Seizure
Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance
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