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Oklahoma Criminal Practice and Procedure (Vols. 2A and 2B, Vernon's Oklahoma Forms, 2d)

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 1999-2019
Service #: 17914926
Sub #: 17914929
Pages: 2713
Shelf Space: 6 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Pocket parts

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Oklahoma Criminal Practice and Procedure (Vols. 2A and 2B, Vernon's Oklahoma Forms, 2d)

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Oklahoma Criminal Practice and Procedure provides practice commentaries, drafting guides, and citations to primary law, plus all forms needed for criminal practice in Oklahoma. Created by a locally and nationally prominent Oklahoma attorney, the set includes forms and covers topics regarding everything from pretrial through appeal, including:

  • Offenses
  • Arrests and initial appearance
  • Right to counsel
  • Bail
  • Charging instruments
  • Jurisdiction and venue
  • Grand jury
  • Competency
  • Preliminary hearing
  • Limitations
  • Arraignment and pleas
  • Guilty plea
  • Search and seizures
  • Identification procedures
  • Confession, admissions, and sworn statements
  • Joinder and severance
  • Speedy trial
  • Discovery
  • Pretrial motions and hearings
  • Change of venue
  • Jury formation and selection
  • Witnesses
  • Trial
  • Capital offenses process
  • Appeals
  • Postconviction relief
  • Extraordinary writs: mandamus, prohibition, and habeas corpus
  • Juvenile offenders
  • Municipal courts
  • Extradition and detainers
  • Forfeiture
  • Sentencing
  • Revocation of suspended sentences and acceleration of deferred sentences