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NCJ Number: 30404 Find in a Library
Title: PLEA BARGAINING AND GUILTY PLEAS
Author(s): J E BOND
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 562
Sponsoring Agency: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd
New York, NY 10014
Sale Source: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd
435 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: EXISTING CASE LAW, STATUTES, ARTICLES, STUDIES AND PRACTICES ARE INCORPORATED IN THIS REFERENCE MANUAL ON THE ISSUES AND PARTICIPANTS IN GUILTY PLEAS, IMPROVIDENT PLEAS, AND PLEA BARGAINING.
Abstract: THE MANUAL DELINEATES THE DEFENSE, PROSECUTORY AND JUDICIAL ROLES IN THE PLEA BARGAINING PROCESS. IT ALSO PROVIDES GUIDANCE FOR THE STANDARDS OF ACCEPTANCE OF GUILTY PLEAS AS WELL AS REMEDIES FOR IMPROVIDENT PLEAS OR BROKEN AGREEMENTS. MATERIAL IS APPENDED PERTAINING TO AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION STANDARDS FOR GUILTY PLEAS AND FEDERAL STATUTES COVERING PLEA BARGAINING AND GUILTY PLEAS. (SNI ABSTRACT)
Index Term(s): American Bar Association (ABA); Defense counsel; Federal Code; Judicial discretion; Laws and Statutes; Plea negotiations; Pleas; Post-conviction remedies; Prosecutorial discretion; Reference materials; Rights at sentencing; Sentencing/Sanctions; Standards
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