Criminal Antitrust Litigation Handbook

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American Bar Association, 2006 - Law - 543 pages
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Criminal Antitrust Litigation Handbook, Second Edition outlines the law that governs each phase of the criminal litigation process. The Handbook reflects the combined knowledge, experience, and judgment of a significant group of prominent and successful government prosecutors and defense counsel in addressing procedure and strategy as well as all relevant legal requirements. The book imparts many practical insights that have been gained after lengthy personal experience in the trenches.
 

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Contents

Chapter I
1
B Form and Contents of an Indictment or Information
7
Chapter II
19
E Joint Defense Agreements
30
Thirty Day Trial Preparation Period
41
B Pleas
50
Chapter V
65
Sentencing Guidelines Policy Statements
71
Chapter X
205
B NonDiscovery Pretrial Motions Government
238
Chapter XI
259
B Defenses
301
This
313
Chapter XII
343
The Wire Fraud Statute
351
Obstruction of Justice
361

E Plea Negotiations
77
F Goals and Considerations of Corporate Defendants
87
Enforcement of Plea Agreements
96
Limits on Bill of Particulars
102
G Specific Particulars Denied in Antitrust Cases
108
Governments Compliance with Order Granting Bill
114
B Information Not Subject to Disclosure
137
F Regulating Discovery Protective
142
Materiality Standard
154
F Remedies for Brady Violation
160
B Discovery of Grand Jury Materials
172
Jencks
184
Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 15
193
E Rule 404b Requests for Disclosure of Intent
199
Chapter XIII
369
Trial Witnesses
375
F Final Pretrial Conference or Hearing
381
B Final Jury Instructions
388
Duty to Deliberate Verdict Form
420
Chapter XV
421
Motion for New Trial
427
Motion in Arrest of Judgment
435
Chapter XVI
443
Factors to be Considered in Determining a Sentence
457
The Sentencing Hearing
479
Chapter XVII
485
When an Appeal by Government is Taken
488
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