The Prosecution and Defense of Sex Crimes
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Full coverage of legal problems involved in forcible and non-forcible sex crimes, including sexual and physical abuse of children and spouses, and prostitution.
Delivers detailed authority on:
• Investigatory techniques
• Pre-trial motions
• Trial strategies
• Jury selection
• Treatment of expert witnesses
• Sentencing alternatives
• Negotiated pleas
• Child sexual assault
• Megan's Law
First published in 1976.
1 volume; updated with revisions.
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Table of contents
CH- 1 Rape
CH- 2 The Prosecution and Defense of Non-Forcible Heterosexual Sex Offenses
CH- 3 Defense of Same-Sex Sexual Conduct and Related Cases
CH- 4 Obscenity
CH- 4A Child Pornography and Sexual Exploitation
CH- 5 The Prosecution and Defense of Child Sexual Assault
CH- 6 Prosecution and Defense of Prostitution and Related Offenses
CH- 7 Domestic Offenses
CH- 8 Sex Crimes Committed by Persons in a Position of Trust
CH- 9-19 Reserved
CH- 20 Motion Practice in Sex Crime Cases
CH- 21 Obtaining and Suppressing Identification, Physical and Statement Evidence in Sex Crimes Prosecutions
CH- 22-29 Reserved
CH- 30 Expert Witnesses
CH- 31 Examination of the Child Witness
CH- 32 DNA Evidence
CH- 33 Jury Selection in Sex Offense Cases
CH- 34 Jury Instructions in Sex Offense Cases
CH- 35-39 Reserved
CH- 40 Sentencing
CH- 41 Sexually Violent Predators
CH- 42 Appeals in Sex Crime Cases
CH- 43 Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification