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Criminal Procedure, 4th (Vol. 4, Connecticut Practice Series) by  Leonard; David M. Borden Orland - 2011 - from The Lawbook Exchange Ltd (SKU: 60564)

Criminal Procedure, 4th (Vol. 4, Connecticut Practice Series)

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Criminal Procedure, 4th (Vol. 4, Connecticut Practice Series)

by Orland, Leonard; David M. Borden

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2011. [Connecticut]. Criminal Procedure, 4th (Vol. 4, Connecticut Practice Series). David M Borden, David P. Gold, Leonard Orland. Thomson West, 2008. 1 Volume hardcover [with] 2011-2012 pocket part Supplement Issued September 2011. Ex-private law library with property stamp on top page edge, else internally clean. Publisher's Price $194. Special $25. * Provides the full text of the Rules of Criminal Procedure plus historical notes, authors' commentary, and extensive citations to state and U.S. Supreme Court decisions and law review articles. Topics include: Procedure prior to appearance; Pretrial release; Discovery and depositions; Sentencing; Judgment; Appeals; Appearance and arraignment; Disposition without trial; Pretrial motions; Trial procedure; General provisions. A table of cases, table of rules, and table of statutes are also included.

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Criminal Procedure, 4th (Vol. 4, Connecticut Practice Series)
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Orland, Leonard; David M. Borden
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