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NCJ Number: 30757 Find in a Library
Title: RIGHT TO COUNSEL AT SENTENCING AND THE EFFECT OF GUILTY PLEAS ON SENTENCING (FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS REVIEW, 1974 BY JON S SCHULTZ AND JON P THAMES - SEE NCJ-30751)
Author(s): J S WILLIAMS
Corporate Author: William S Hein and Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: William S Hein and Co, Inc
Buffalo, NY 14209
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL MUST BE AFFORDED FOR EVERY JUDICIAL OR QUASI-JUDICIAL PROCEEDING WHICH MIGHT JEOPARDIZE AN ACCUSED; THE RIGHTS OF AN ACCUSED AT SENTENCING FOLLOWING A GUILTY PLEA ARE ALSO DISCUSSED.
Abstract: THE RIGHTS OF A DEFENDANT WHO PLEADED GUILTY AS A RESUTS OF PLEA NEGOTIATIONS THAT ARE REQUIRED BY THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION ARE PRESENTED.
Index Term(s): Plea negotiations; Pleas; Right to counsel; Right to Due Process; Rights at sentencing; Rights of the accused; Sentencing/Sanctions
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