New Hampshire Practice Series: Criminal Practice and Procedure (Volumes 1, 2, and 2A)
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Originally published in 1980 as the first book in the New Hampshire Practice Series, this book is widely recognized by both the bench and the bar as the definitive guide to criminal practice in New Hampshire.
The Seventh Edition, released in October 2023, replacing the Sixth Edition (2017), provides comprehensive coverage of the substantive crimes, plus the procedural, constitutional and ethical issues that arise in New Hampshire criminal practice, in the pretrial, trial, and appellate arenas. Annual supplement releases ensure that the Seventh Edition is fully up-to-date insofar as important new legislation and case law is concerned.
The 6th edition ISBN is 9781522140054.
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Table of contents
Ch 1 - The Law of Crime in New Hampshire
Ch 2 - Police and Prosecutors
Ch 3 - Statutory and Constitutional Limits on the Investigation of Crime
Ch 4 - Search Pursuant to Warrant
Ch 5 - Search Without Warrant
Ch 6 - Standing to Object to Illegal Search
Ch 7 - Electronic Surveillance and Related Investigative Procedures
Ch 8 - Arrest
Ch 9 - Right of Person Arrested to an Attorney
Ch 10 - The Right Against Self-Incrimination and Rights of Persons in Custody
Ch 11 - Identification Procedures
Ch 12 - Physical Tests of Arrested Persons
Ch 13 - Jurisdiction
Ch 14 - Venue
Ch 15 - Institution of Formal Charges
Ch 16 - Bail
Ch 17 - Arraignment
Ch 18 - The Right to Counsel
Ch 19 - Preliminary Examinations
Ch 20 - Grand Jury
Ch 21 - Indictments
Ch 22 - Duties of the Prosecutor as an Adversary
Ch 23 - Discovery
Ch 24 - Raising Defenses Prior to Trial: Double Jeopardy and Other Special Defenses; Competency and the Insanity Defense
Ch 25 - Motions to Suppress Evidence and Limit Evidence at Trial
Ch 26 - Continuance and Time of Trial
Ch 27 - Plea Negotiations and Plea of Guilty
Ch 28 - Witnesses: Compulsory Process, Competency and Confrontation
Ch 29 - Conduct of Trial: Judges, Joinder and Severance, Publicity and Security
Ch 30 - Trial in the District Division Circuit Courts
Ch 31 - Selecting and Impaneling a Petit Jury
Ch 32 - Trial in the Superior Court
Ch 33 - Sentencing and Disposition
Ch 34 - Disposition of Those Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
Ch 35 - Appellate Procedure
Ch 36 - Discretionary Release: Parole from New Hampshire State Prison and Early Release from County Jails
Ch 37 - Habeas Corpus and Post-Conviction Remedies
Ch 38 - Annulment and Pardon
Ch 39 - Interstate Rendition
Ch 40 - Juvenile Proceedings