Florida Criminal Practice and Procedure
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Florida Criminal Practice and Procedure, Third Edition provides a complete, easy-to-use examination of every aspect of substantive criminal law and procedure that can arise during a typical Florida criminal case. It provides a comprehensive analysis of all stages and aspects of criminal procedure in Florida courts, from arrest to appeal.
Florida Criminal Practice and Procedure, Third Edition sets standards for the basic law, then discusses underlying Supreme Court decisions, statutes, rules and district court applications of these standards, all in the context of specific fact patterns. In addition, it contains cites to controlling statutes and cases (both Florida and federal) and provides practical advice and strategy on conducting an effective defense for the client.
These volumes give you detailed discussion of the basic law concerning:
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Table of contents
Ch 1 Jurisdiction and Venue
Ch 2 Acquisition of Personal Jurisdiction
Ch 3 Detention and Release from Detention
Ch 4 Investigation of Crimes
Ch 5 Charging a Crime
Ch 6 Discovery
Ch 7 Confessions
Ch 8 Identification
Ch 9 Search and Seizure
Ch 10 Termination of a Prosecution Without Trial
Ch 11 Defenses
Ch 12 Time of Trial
Ch 13 The Trial
Ch 14 Post-Trial Matters