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California Criminal Law, 4th (Witkin Library)

Product details:

Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Bancroft Whitney
Copyright: 2012-2021
Service #: 13830934
Sub #: 13830933
Shelf Space: 18 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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California Criminal Law, 4th (Witkin Library)



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From arrest through trial, appeal, and postconviction review, California Criminal Law offers the most efficient method for approaching all aspects of criminal law and procedure in California. It includes extensive coverage of these and other topics:

  • Three strikes law
  • Enhancements
  • Crimes against persons and property
  • White-collar crime
  • Regulatory offenses
  • Street gang legislation

This publication also:

  • Analyzes all significant criminal cases from the California Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal, and United States Supreme Court
  • Provides expert analysis, skillful case selection and classification, and critical examination of statutes and caselaw
  • Includes broad coverage of complex issues and areas of unsettled law with analysis from a variety of authorities
  • Explicates trends and significant changes in the law through examination of relevant historical background
  • Includes detailed references to major practice works, treatises, law reviews, and other authorities, including official and unofficial jury instructions
  • Provides explanation and analysis of California punishment