Sixth Circuit Criminal Handbook
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This 2023B Summer/Fall Edition of The Sixth Circuit Criminal Handbook continues to examine and analyze legal precedence and doctrine for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, focusing on federal criminal trails and appeals arising from the states of Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. The handbook offers a roadmap to the federal criminal process and applications for the Sixth Circuit, starting from the pretrial procedures, the discovery process, to the trial itself, and finally the post-trial actions and appeals.
This comprehensive and useful handbook is the product of years of careful study and practical application of Sixth Circuit criminal decisions. The handbook is specifically tailored to examine the quirks and provide the essential inside knowledge that a practitioner must be aware of to successfully prosecute or defend a criminal case in the Sixth Circuit (comprising the states of: Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee).
This 2023B Summer/Fall Edition has been revised and updated to include the most recent legal precedence in each section, in addition to over 100 new cases that are important and critical to criminal practice. Highlights for this 2023B Summer/Fall Edition include:
• Search and Seizure: Revised criteria and elements which must be shown to obtain a Franks Hearing
• Confessions and Other Revealing Statements: Police action is only coercive when it overbears the accused's will to resist
• Pretrial Issues: Court found that the right to self-representation is not absolute - It is not a license to abuse the dignity of the courtroom
• Drug Offenses: Court listed new relevant factors which must be considered in determining whether the possession of a firearm at that time furthered a drug trafficking crime
• Firearms Possession: Revised elements and factors to be considered when defining ‘constructive possession’ of a firearm
• Trial: Juror Selection: Actual bias in the context of challenging a juror is the existence of a state of mind that leads to an inference that the person will not act with impartiality
• Appeals: For an appeal to be considered, a Fed. R. Civ. P. 29 motion can be made to properly preserved for appeal only when a defendant makes a motion for acquittal at the end of the prosecution's case-in-chief and at the close of evidence
The 2023A Winter/Spring Edition ISBN is 9781663360472.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 - SEARCH AND SEIZURE
CHAPTER 2 - CONFESSIONS AND OTHER STATEMENTS
CHAPTER 3 - PRETRIAL ISSUES
CHAPTER 4 - DRUG OFFENSES
CHAPTER 5 - FIREARMS OFFENSES
CHAPTER 6 - SELECTED OFFENSES
CHAPTER 7 - TRIAL
CHAPTER 8 - SENTENCING
CHAPTER 9 - APPEAL
TABLE OF CASES