This publication contains 19 extensive chapters of authored precedents required for every stage of a criminal proceeding, set out in procedural order. The earlier edition was published under the title: Criminal law precedents.
The intricacies of drafting are often one of the pain spots of a criminal law practice. This book equips you with close to 500 precedents. They range from the routine to the highly specialized, covering every type of precedent you will ever need.
This text is part of the CRIMINAL LAW SERIES and explores the types of criminal appeals, the procedural steps involved, written and oral argument, and the fresh evidence rule. Practical advice on appeals procedure, concrete guidance on drafting appeal factums, oral argument strategies, and model appeal factums and motions of appeal are also included in order to effectively guide readers through an appeal from start to finish.