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NCJ Number: 10753 Find in a Library
Title: PROSECUTOR'S SOURCEBOOK (ISSUED IN TWO NUMBERED VOLUMES)
Author(s): B J GEORGE; I A COHEN
Date Published: 1969
Page Count: 888
Sponsoring Agency: Practicing Law Institute
New York, NY 10019
Sale Source: Practicing Law Institute
810 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10019
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A PRACTICAL PRESENTATION OF ALL AREAS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION AND THE EFFECT OF LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS UNDER THE MODERN COURT AND CONGRESS.
Abstract: WORKS BY PROSECUTORS, JUDGES, LAWYERS, AND LEGAL SCHOLARS ON THE SUBJECTS OF BASIC PROSECUTORIAL FUNCTIONS AND TECHNIQUES. THE MATERIAL IS GATHERED FROM REVISIONS OF OUTLINES AND PAPERS DELIVERED BEFORE SEMINARS SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION. VOLUME ONE CONTAINS ESSAYS ON THE BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE AND DEALS WITH THE PROBLEMS OF THE ACQUISITION OF EVIDENCE AND THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE AT TRIAL. THESE ESSAYS COVER SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW, INTERROGATION, LINEUPS, SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, AND DISCOVERY IN CRIMINAL CASES. VOLUME TWO INCLUDES ESSAYS ON THE ROLE OF THE PROSECUTOR AT PRELIMINARY PROCEEDINGS, SUCH AS PLEA NEGOTIATIONS AND BAIL HEARING. ANOTHER SECTION EXPLORES THE TRIAL TECHNIQUES OF OPENING REMARKS, CROSSEXAMINATION, AND MEETING VARIOUS DEFENSES. THE APPELLATE REVIEW PROCESS IS CONSIDERED AND VARIOUS SPECIAL PROSECUTORIAL PROBLEMS, SUCH AS JUVENILE HEARINGS AND CIVIL DISORDERS, ARE EXAMINED.
Index Term(s): Evidence; Judicial decisions; Judicial process; National District Attorneys Association (NDAA); Post-arrest procedures; Preliminary hearing; Pretrial discovery; Pretrial procedures; Prosecution; Prosecutorial discretion; Reference materials; Rules of evidence; Search and seizure; Search warrants; Trial preparation; Trials
Note: CRIMINAL LAW AND PRACTICE-SOURCEBOOK SERIES NO. 1 OUT OF PRINT - V 1 & 2
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