Anyone involved in the Missouri criminal justice system will find Criminal Practice & Procedure
indispensable. It examines state capital procedure, covering every stage from arrest and detention through appeal and executive clemency.
Designed as a “first-help” resource to begin research on criminal procedure issues, this book provides extensive citations to relevant Missouri cases, statutes, and criminal rules. Topics include:
• Circumstantial evidence of identity
• Selective prosecution
• Battered-spouse syndrome and duress
• Attorney conflicts of interest
• Civil forfeiture
• Habeas corpus
• And more
Useful finding aids include Tables of Statutes, Court Rules, Table of Cases, and an Index.