Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice
Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2001 - 496 pages
This practical text is a best seller in the field due to del Carmen's succinct and clear writing style, use of engaging pedagogy, and ability to communicate important information without bogging students down with the minutiae. Filled with case briefings, examples, sample police forms, and the most recent Supreme Court rulings, this book is known for its relevance to law enforcement officials and professionals in the field.
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The Territorial Effect
Overview of the Criminal Justice Process
The Procedure during Trial
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