6 edition of Criminal Procedures found in the catalog.
July 1919 by Wadsworth Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Series||Criminal Justice Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
The period of 48 hours may be extended in the following circumstances:  If it expires after normal court hours, or on a day which is not an ordinary court day, the period expires at on the next court day thereafter. Generally speaking, this procedure is confined to felonies; misdemeanors, being relatively less serious offenses, are handled in a more summary fashion. Under this doctrine U. The trial judge is the administrator of justice and has an affirmative obligation to keep counsel within bounds and to insure that the case is decided on the basis of relevant evidence and the proper inferences therefrom, not on the basis of irrelevant or prejudicial matters. See Chapter 1, Talking to the Police. Criminal Procedure The procedure in criminal cases is substantially the same throughout the United States.
What kinds of legal challenges can a defense attorney make before a case goes to trial? This is a text about constitutional criminal procedure. Such motions must be filed in the sentencing court by a person in custody attacking the sentence imposed on the ground that the sentence was imposed in violation of the Constitution or laws of the United States, that the court was without jurisdiction to impose such sentence, or that the sentence was in excess of the maximum authorized by law, or is otherwise subject to collateral attack. Even trial lawyers, who become judges, don't realize this until they take the bench. It avoids describing the non-constitutional standards applied in each state and federally.
What constitutes an arrest? Typically, federal crimes deal with activities that either extend beyond state boundaries or directly impact federal interests. If the defendant is convicted, an appeal may be filed; the prosecution, however, cannot appeal an acquittal. S56 ISBN: Publication Date: This study aid provides an overview of Criminal Procedure, together with examples that illustrate how these principles apply in typical cases. The term "degree of crime" refers to distinctions in the culpability of an offense because of the circumstances surrounding its commission.
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Allocution is the right of the defendant to directly address the judge without the help of counsel. Release on warning in lieu of bail[ edit ] The court may release the accused on warning instead of bail.
Visit the Court Locator for a listing of all federal court websites. This coursebook was developed for use in law school courses; however, it can also be used in comparative criminal justice courses at the undergraduate or post-graduate level. We do this to reduce cross-referencing and to help readers who want to read about a particular part of the criminal justice process before reading the book from beginning to end.
The electronic bench book then jumps directly to a discussion of the issue and ways to deal with it. State constitutions may also limit state legislative action. It provides a more in-depth analysis of law school subjects than the other series. The DPP requires leave to appeal.
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I8 ISBN: Publication Date: Nutshells are little paperback books that give a concise overview of an area of law. With warrant[ edit ] A magistrate or justice of peace may issue a warrant of arrest on written application of the Director of Public Prosecutions DPPa public prosecutor or a commissioned police officer from the rank of captain upwards.
In Carey v. If the defendant shows up for the proper court dates, the court refunds the bail, but if the defendant skips the date, then the court keeps the bail and issues a warrant for the individual's arrest.
Department of Justice. This very high burden differs drastically from a civil trial's much lower standard in which the plaintiff must only prove a claim by a preponderance of the evidence. What happens at an arraignment? What is the hearsay rule? The prosecution presents its witnesses and evidence first.
Preliminary Hearing The preliminary hearing follows the arraignment. The trial judge must monitor many more activities in the courtroom compared to the narrower focus of the attorneys trying the case. Does Andrea have a chance to be released early on parole?
Typically, federal crimes deal with activities that either extend beyond state boundaries or directly impact federal interests. Plea of guilty[ edit ] Generally speaking, where an accused pleads guilty at his trial there is no issue between him and the State and he may be sentenced, there and then, on his plea.
This nutshell is intended for use by law students of constitutional criminal procedure. In many other jurisdictions the courts have held the common law as to crimes as being abolished, and no act is punishable as a crime unless it is made so by statute, or unless the act is made punishable as a crime by the constitution.
In England, this is referred to as a habeas corpus application; that term, indeed, is sometimes used in South African law.This book is a reference guide to criminal law and procedure in Kentucky, plus research aids and other editorial enhancements.
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