Criminal Procedure in Practice (4th ed. 2014)
Now in its fourth edition, this book provides practical guidance for attorneys during each stage of a criminal case from the police investigation immediately following the crime to post-conviction reviews. The book interprets constitutional principles and case law, and provides commentary that applies to both the prosecution and defense in federal, state, or military courts.
Some of the many complex topics this book covers: Standing • Fruit of the poisonous tree • Car stops • Privilege against self-incrimination • Eyewitness identification • Habeas corpus • Double jeopardy
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Paul Marcus, Melanie D. Wilson & Jack B. Zimmermann, Criminal Procedure in Practice (4th ed. 2014),