Eleventh Circuit Criminal Handbook
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An essential resource tool, the Eleventh Circuit Criminal Handbook is the product of years of analysis and practical application of criminal decisions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Nearly every topic in the Eleventh Circuit's criminal law jurisprudence is covered, including general principles, specific offenses, specific defenses, arrests, searches, confessions, grand jury, indictments, venue and jurisdiction, speedy trial, pre-trial proceedings, guilty pleas, judges, juries, opening statements, the Federal Rules of Evidence, jury instructions, deliberations, sentencing guidelines, new trial motions, forfeitures, and death penalty issues.
Specific case law and statutes are examined throughout the publication. This single volume is broad enough to provide an excellent introduction for the newcomer, yet detailed enough to become a trusted resource for veteran practitioners, including prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW
CHAPTER 2 BARS TO PROSECUTION OR PUNISHMENT
CHAPTER 3 SPECIFIC OFFENSES
CHAPTER 4 SPECIFIC DEFENSES
CHAPTER 5 ARRESTS
CHAPTER 6 SEARCHES
CHAPTER 7 CONFESSIONS
CHAPTER 8 BAIL, DETAINERS AND INTERSTATE EXTRADITION
CHAPTER 9 GRAND JURY
CHAPTER 10 INDICTMENTS
CHAPTER 11 VENUE AND JURISDICTION
CHAPTER 12 SPEEDY TRIAL
CHAPTER 13 PRE-TRIAL PROCEEDINGS AND MOTION PRACTICE
CHAPTER 14 GUILTY PLEAS
CHAPTER 15 JUDGES
CHAPTER 16 PROSECUTORS
CHAPTER 17 DEFENDANTS
CHAPTER 18 ATTORNEYS
CHAPTER 19 JURIES
CHAPTER 20 OPENING STATEMENTS
CHAPTER 21 EVIDENCE GENERALLY
CHAPTER 22 FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 23 OTHER EVIDENCE ISSUES
CHAPTER 24 OTHER TRIAL ISSUES
CHAPTER 25 JURY INSTRUCTIONS
CHAPTER 26 DELIBERATIONS
CHAPTER 27 VERDICTS
CHAPTER 28 SENTENCING GUIDELINES
CHAPTER 29 OTHER SENTENCING ISSUES
CHAPTER 30 NEW TRIAL MOTIONS
CHAPTER 31 APPEALS
CHAPTER 32 FORFEITURES
CHAPTER 33 DEATH PENALTY ISSUES
TABLE OF CASES