Challenging Information or Indictment 13. Treatment of Mentally Disordered Individuals Under Lanterman-Petris-Short Act 48. Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion. Invoking Miranda rights by shaking head. Particular and Obtainable Witness; Witness Available Within Reasonable Time 20. Comprehensive and accurate without bogging readers down in unnecessary details, the text includes cutting-edge coverage of the law as it relates to arrests, searches and seizures, vehicle stops, use of force, interrogations, and line-ups. Sentencing, the Death Penalty, and Other Forms of Punishment.
Juror Dynamics During Deliberations 29. Dismissal of Misdemeanor Complaint Pen C §991 25. Informing Defendant of Charges 6. Material or Necessary Testimony; Testimony Not Cumulative 20. Ex Parte Discovery Orders 11. Procedure; Format, Service, and Filing 7. Preserving Instructional Issues for Appeal 32.
Holding Order or Indictment Based on Illegally Obtained Evidence 13. Interrogation in Another Country 23. Bronson Bryan Edelman John T. Form and Notice of Oral and Written Motions 21. Criminal Justice Realignment Act 47.
Evidence in Place of Witnesses 30. Stating Peremptory Challenge in Court Attorney 21. Form and Content of Application; Right to Transcript to Support Motion 34. Proceedings That May Take Place After Competency Hearing Ordered 48. Payment for Ancillary Defense Services 3. Waiver Must Be in Open Court 28. Interesting case briefs, sample police forms, hypothetical cases, and coverage of the most recent Supreme Court rulings keep the text as relevant as ever.
Grounds for Discharging Juror and Seating Alternate 31. Pleading Guilty Before Holding Order 26. Trial Court Must Instruct on Presumption of Innocence and Reasonable Doubt 32. Deferred Entry of Judgment or Diversion 6. Fees for County Parole 39. Corpus Delicti Requirements for Homicides, Similars, Conspiracies 23. Hearing to Determine New Venue 15.
Trial Jury Panel Defined 29. Appeal From the Granting of Demurrer or Other Appealable Order 43. He has served as the editor of the Journal of Criminal Justice Education 2003-2005 and as President of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2012-2013. Lack of Seriousness of Crime 50. The rules were last amended in 2009. Motion to Suppress Evidence 8. Procedures Concerning Incompetent Developmentally Disabled Defendants 48.
Powers Retained by Trial Court 43. Selecting Witnesses for Trial 30. Checklist: Reasons for Requesting Preplea Probation Report 27. Sealed Affidavits Hobbs Motion 16. Drunk Driving Cases: License Restrictions; Notice to Convicting Court of New Case 24. Service and Filing Requirements 18. Right to Present Defense Witnesses and Affirmative Defenses 8.
Checklist: Most Common Direct Consequences of Which Defendant Must Be Advised 26. Third Factor: Size and Characteristics of Community 15. Deciding Whether Defendant Should Testify 30. Requirement That Defendant Disclose Assets 40. Judgment of Imprisonment, Fine, or Both 36. Clarifying or Amplifying Instructions 32.
Claiming Evid C §1041 Privilege 17. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version. Powers of Judge Either Disqualified or Being Challenged 21. When Habeas Is Filed in Conjunction With Appeal 42. The person may be frisked if there is a reasonable suspicion that the person may jeopardize the officers safety. Its clear, reader-friendly presentation makes law enforcement concepts easy to understand and apply.