LexisNexis Practice Guide: Connecticut Criminal Law
Written by an experienced trial attorney, LexisNexis Practice Guide: Connecticut Criminal Law covers the entire process of a criminal trial in Connecticut, from initiating steps in representing a client through sentencing and appeal. This product also discusses pleas, diversionary programs and other dispositions without trial, as well as the roles of the prosecutor and the victim’s advocate. It is full of checklists, practice tips and forms, and includes references to leading and related cases, and authoritative guidance.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: INITIATING STEPS IN REPRESENTING A CRIMINAL CLIENT IN CONNECTICUT
CHAPTER 2: ARRAIGNMENT, BAIL, AND PRETRIAL RELEASE
CHAPTER 3: PRETRIAL CONFERENCES
CHAPTER 4: PRETRIAL DISCOVERY AND MOTION PRACTICE
CHAPTER 5: PLEAS, DIVERSIONARY PROGRAMS AND OTHER DISPOSITIONS WITHOUT TRIAL
CHAPTER 6: ROLES OF THE PROSECUTOR AND THE VICTIM’S ADVOCATE
CHAPTER 7: EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 8: TRIAL PRACTICE
CHAPTER 9: SENTENCING
CHAPTER 10: APPEAL