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Handling a Criminal Case in New York


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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing
Copyright: 2008-2020
Service #: 13967034
Sub #: 13967033
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pages

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Handling a Criminal Case in New York



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Handling a Criminal Case in New York takes you step by step through each stage of a criminal case, from undertaking representation through arraignment, motion and hearing practice, trial, sentencing, and appeal. Reviewed by NY Law Journal as “a new standard for work of this genre, eclipsing all rivals,” this publication is an ideal addition to the library of both the general practitioner and specialist in criminal law. Included are:

  • Practice tips
  • More than 2,850 citations to recent court decisions
  • More than 800 citations to statutory provisions
  • 75-plus time-saving forms

Research aides include a table of laws and rules and a table of cases. You'll also find an index to charts, checklist, and forms. Topics include:

  • Overview of a criminal case
  • Undertaking representation
  • Accusatory instruments
  • Arraignment and bail
  • The preliminary hearing
  • Grand jury proceedings
  • Motion and hearing practice
  • Disclosure and suppression
  • "Interest of justice" dismissal
  • Proving guilt with uncharged crimes
  • Time limits
  • Defenses
  • Lesser included offenses
  • The guilty plea
  • Trying the case
  • Verdict and motions to set aside
  • Sentencing
  • Appellate practice