Criminal Procedure in North Carolina
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North Carolina Criminal Procedure, Fourth Edition is a comprehensive reference to the rules, statutes, and case law affecting criminal procedure in North Carolina. In one convenient volume, it covers every procedural aspect of the criminal case - from arrest to appeal. Through careful analysis of the case law, authors Samuel J. Randall, IV and Ryan D. Stump point out where North Carolina Appellate Court decisions conflict with holdings of the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Ethical Concerns when Representing Criminal Defendants
Chapter 2 Jurisdiction of the Court
Chapter 3 Arrest, Seizure and Detention of the Person
Chapter 4 Processing the Defendant after the Arrest
Chapter 5 Investigation by the State
Chapter 6 Right to Counsel
Chapter 7 The Defendant's Right to Discovery
Chapter 8 Superior Court Motions Practice
Chapter 9 Speedy Trial and Securing Witnesses
Chapter 10 General Trial Procedures
Chapter 11 The Trial of the Case
Chapter 12 Sentencing and Probation
Chapter 13 Post-Conviction Relief and Appellate Review
Chapter 14 Forms and Sample Motions
Table of Cases
Table of Constitution and Statutes