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The purpose of LexisNexis Practice Guide: Michigan Criminal Law is to describe the entire criminal law process in Michigan, from the initial case evaluation to appeals and appellate issues. The publication is targeted at both prosecutors and defense attorneys, as well as at anyone with an interest in criminal law in Michigan. The publication is also targeted at anyone who seeks the most recent knowledge and research on DNA testing and the use of DNA evidence at trial, regardless of jurisdiction.
Authoritative legal analysis with an expert author's practical insights, distilled from years of litigation and trial practice;
Step-by-step guidance on the many procedural issues and topics relevant to Michigan criminal practice;
Quickly points to LexisNexis resources that can help build a case;
Concise writing style and streamlined chapter format;
Many useful examples and case studies;
Abundance of checklists and Practice Tips;
Multitude of references to leading and related cases; and
A valuable guide for the experienced practitioner that is easy to use even for the novice, and for all practitioners who need to know about Michigan criminal law.
The author currently is an attorney and independent forensic science consultant specializing in DNA analysis and interpretation, forensic pathology, and forensic chemistry.
The 2020 edition ISBN is 9781522183037.
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