If you're a criminal defense lawyer in Illinois, you won't want to be without Illinois Criminal Defense Motions. Not only does the manual place at your fingertips the most important defense motions for criminal trials in Illinois, but it explains, critically, what motions to make and when to make them. In Illinois Criminal Defense Motions, you'll find the theory, case law, and practical suggestions you need to adapt motions forms to the particular facts and requirements of your case - quickly and efficiently.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Bail
Chapter 2 Substitution of Judges
Chapter 3 Pretrial Discovery
Chapter 4 Psychiatric Issues Including Fitness to Stand Trial, Sanity, and Miranda Waivers
Chapter 5 Change of Place of Trial
Chapter 6 Continuances
Chapter 7 Motions to Dismiss
Chapter 8 Joinder, Severance, and Multiple Defendant Issues
Chapter 9 Motions to Suppress
Chapter 10 Motions in Limine
Chapter 11 Posttrial Motions
Chapter 12 Death Penalty
Table of Cases