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Criminal Procedure: Adjudication and Right to Counsel, Third Edition is designed for the criminal procedure course focused on the pretrial, trial, and post-trial processes. It covers prosecutorial decision making, pretrial release, grand juries, speedy trial rights, venue, joinder and severance, discovery, guilty pleas and plea bargains, trials, sentencing, appeals, and postconviction challenges. The book is designed to be used with the annual supplement that contains the statutes and rules covered in the course. This text is derived from the successful casebook Comprehensive Criminal Procedure by the same experienced author team.
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