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Wharton's Criminal Procedure, 14th

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2002-2021
ISBN: 9781731977762
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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Wharton's Criminal Procedure, 14th

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Use this multiple-volume set as a first-search reference for handling criminal cases. Expert resource provides essential coverage of the law by thoroughly analyzing common-law development and criminal procedure. Text traces statutory and judicial changes, as well as modifications, in common law. Subjects include criminal and juvenile court, venue, arrest, extradition, preliminary hearings, search and seizure, and grand juries. Addresses indictment, bail, arraignment and pleas, pre-trial motions and objections, and discovery. Discusses self-incrimination, trial, opening statements, and closing arguments. Complete post-trial coverage, including charge to jury, jury separation and deliberation, verdict, motions, sentence, punishment, appeal, and post-conviction remedies.

Features

  • Timesaving first-search reference
  • Covers every step in modern criminal procedure, including court decisions
  • Common law development and criminal procedure analysis
  • Traces common law statutory and judicial changes, including modification
  • Defines law using statements of modern criminal law