California Criminal Procedure and Practice by Nancy YuengerWidely known as the crim law bible, this CEB classic answers virtually every question about criminal law practice. This is the most comprehensive portable guide to criminal law available.
•Effectively manage deadlines with charts included throughout
•Get right to the information you need using the thorough index with commonly used shorthand phrases
•Benefit from the work of over 60 attorneys and judges
•Stay on top of developments in sentencing, custody credits, probation and parole as a result of realignment
•Learn when retroactive relief is available for a defendant serving a life sentence under the Three Strikes Law and for an offender sentenced to LWOP for a crime committed while under the age of 18 years
•Know when a defendant charged with a wobblette has a right to a jury trial and appointed counsel
•Discover the effect on a federal petition for a writ of habeas corpus of the California Supreme Courts denial of a petition with citations to In re Swain (1949) 34 C2d 300 and People v Duvall (1995) 9 C4th 464
•Assess whether a prospective juror in a capital case can be excused for cause based on questionnaire answers alone
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Widely known as the "crim law bible," this CEB classic answers virtually every question about criminal law practice in California. This is the most comprehensive portable guide to California criminal law available. Effectively manage deadlines with charts included throughout. Get right to the information you need using the thorough index with commonly used shorthand phrases. Benefit from the work of over 60 attorneys and judges' Stay on top of developments in appellate procedure resulting from rule of court amendments. Discover the latest statutory developments aimed at prosecutors. See the recent cases on Brady discovery.
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