New Hampshire Practice Series: Criminal Practice and Procedure (Volume 2)
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Originally published in 1980 as the first book in the New Hampshire Practice Series, this book is widely recognized by both the bench and the bar as the definitive guide to criminal practice in New Hampshire.
The Fifth Edition of this important work comprehensively covers the substantive crimes, plus the procedural, constitutional and ethical issues that arise in New Hampshire criminal practice - in the pretrial, trial, and appellate arenas.
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Table of Contents
Ch 22 - Duties of the Prosecutor as an Adversary
Ch 23 - Discovery
Ch 24 - Procedural Methods of Raising Defenses Prior to Trial
Ch 25 - Motions to Suppress Evidence and Limit Evidence at Trial
Ch 26 - Continuance and Time of Trial
Ch 27 - Plea Negotiations and Plea of Guilty
Ch 28 - Witnesses
Ch 29 - Mode and conduct of Trial in General
Ch 30 - Trial in the District Courts
Ch 31 - Selecting and Impaneling a Petit Jury
Ch 32 - Trial in the Superior Court
Ch 33 - Sentencing and Disposition
Ch 34 - Disposition of Those Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity