Criminal Law Deskbook
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Concise discussion of the basic principles of criminal procedure, substantive criminal law, and criminal trial strategy and tactics.
- Logically organized according to the chronology of a criminal case
- Thorough coverage of everything from arraignment and bail to sentencing
- Numerous checklists provide a time-saving framework for analyzing all aspects of a case
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Table of contents
1 The Adversary System
2 Arraignment and Bail
3 Substantive Crimes and Their Elements
4 Preliminary Examination
4a Grand Jury
6 Pretrial Practice
7 Search and Seizure
8 Suppression of Statements
9 Suppression of Identification Evidence
10 Motions Limiting Cross-Examination
11 Plea Bargaining and the Guilty Plea
12 Preparation for Trial
14 Jury Selection
15 The Opening Statement
16 Direct Examination
18 Presenting and Objecting to Evidence