Rules of criminal procedure for the United States district courts
This looseleaf volume provides the complete rules and Advisory Committee's notes, along with commentary and major cases. The discussion of the application and interpretation of the rules includes a survey of public defenders and assistant U.S. district attorneys in five federal districts.
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The Grand Jury
The Indictment and the Information
Joinder of Offenses and of Defendants
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