LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Collateral Consequences
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With its concise writing style, streamlined chapter format, extensive appendices, extensive references to leading and related cases, cross references to relevant analytical content, and authoritative guidance, you'll find more of everything that makes a practice guide valuable and easy for you to use.
Written by experienced practitioners, the Practice Guide offers concise explanations of collateral consequences flowing from specific New Jersey criminal convictions, general classes of offenses and general types of offenses, as well as unique practice strategies, checklists, and appendices to ensure that the practitioner identifies and addresses all the collateral consequences related to each crime.
Each Practice Guide chapter combines authoritative legal analysis with an expert author’s practical insights, distilled from years of litigation practice. New Jersey Collateral Consequences includes a multitude of Practice Tips that transition smoothly from legal analysis to practical application of a point of law.
Chapter parts begin with a detailed practice checklist defining the essentials of a major task. Checklists capture the essential steps (the what, when, and how) of each task, with cross-references to relevant authority, forms, and discussion of the topic within the chapter itself.
The 2019 edition ISBN is 9781522178972.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Collateral Consequences Flowing from Specific Criminal Convictions
Chapter 3 Collateral Consequences Flowing from Class of Offense
Chapter 4 Collateral Consequences Flowing from Type of Offense
Chapter 5 Collateral Consequences Flowing from Crimes of Moral Turpitude/Requirement of Good Moral Character
Chapter 6 Immigration Consequences Flowing from Specific Criminal Convictions