Ninth Circuit Criminal Handbook
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The Ninth Circuit Criminal Handbook is the one of the oldest and most revered treatise to the LexisNexis Circuit Criminal Handbook series, offering an in-depth and conceptual guide to the legal doctrine, jurisprudence, and procedures that every practitioner must be aware of to successfully litigate a criminal case in the Ninth Circuit (comprising the states of: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington; and American territories of Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa). The handbook is specifically tailored to examine the quirks of practicing in these courts and provide the essential inside knowledge that a practitioner must be aware of to successfully prosecute or defend a criminal case in the Ninth Circuit. Covering hundreds of criminal issues, this single volume resource is broad enough to provide an excellent introduction for the newcomer to Eighth Circuit criminal practice, yet also detailed enough to become a trusted resource for veteran practitioners and judges.
Using precise, straightforward language, this essential resource analyzes a multitude of topics in the context of Ninth Circuit practice, including but not limited to:
• Trial Procedures: from miscellaneous pre-trial issues to trial to the appellate process
• Selected Criminal Offenses
• Federal Rules of Evidence
• Federal Criminal Procedure
• Search and Seizure
• Grand Jury
• Appeals and Post-Conviction Issues
The Handbook is the long established and definitive text to the LexisNexis Circuit Criminal Handbook series, offering an in-depth and conceptual guide to the legal doctrine, jurisprudence, and procedures that every federal criminal practitioner must be aware of to successfully litigate a criminal case in the Ninth Circuit.
The 2022 edition ISBN is 9781663326850.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Grand Jury
Chapter 2 Bail
Chapter 3 Extradition and Extraterritorial Issues
Chapter 4 Discovery
Chapter 5 Pretrial Motions
Chapter 6 Search and Seizure and the Fourth Amendment
Chapter 7 Confessions and Extra-Judicial Statements
Chapter 8 Substantive Defenses
Chapter 9 Guilty Pleas and Plea Bargaining
Chapter 10 Common Offenses in the Ninth Circuit
Chapter 11 Juveniles
Chapter 12 Juries and Jury Selection
Chapter 13 Constitutional and Other Issues at Trial
Chapter 14 Sentencing and Supervised Release
Chapter 15 Appellate Procedure and Practice
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes