Moore's Federal Practice: Rules of Criminal Procedure
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Moore's Federal Practice: Rules of Criminal Procedure offers unmatched coverage of every detail of procedure in federal criminal cases, fully annotated and practice-oriented. Incorporates text and analysis of all amendments to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, including the 2012 amendments effective December 2, 2011. Follows the sequence of the Rules and includes: the complete Advisory Committee Notes, the Legislative Committee Reports, Table of Cases, and comprehensive index. Also discusses the Habeas Corpus Rules.
Moore's Federal Practice: Rules of Criminal Procedure has a rule-based organization, with a chapter devoted to each Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure, and additional chapters encompassing related proceedings such as habeas corpus. The treatise provides full annotations with in-depth evaluations of the decisions, and carefully analyzes issues not yet litigated to make the most comprehensive, accessible and up-to-date research tool for federal criminal practitioners.
First published in 1965.
Available in the following configurations:
• Full set (5 volumes)
• Volumes 24-28 of Moore's Federal Practice
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