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    Court Procedure and Evidence Issues

    ISBN-10: 0735507651
    ISBN-13: 9780735507654
    Author(s): Neal R. Bevans
    Description: Readable and practical text for criminal justice courses on courtprocedure and judicial process, incorporating an overview of evidentiaryissues.Features:This text explores the details of the judicial process, explainingthe various phases of a  More...
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    Publisher: Kluwer Law International
    Binding: Paperback
    Size: 8.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
    Weight: 1.848
    Language: English

    Readable and practical text for criminal justice courses on courtprocedure and judicial process, incorporating an overview of evidentiaryissues.Features:This text explores the details of the judicial process, explainingthe various phases of a criminal prosecution in a clear and oftenentertaining style.The book provides a balance between theoretical discussions andpractical, down-to-earth examples of law in action at every phaseof a criminal proceeding.Well-written text that is accessible to both students andprofessors.Thoughtful pedagogy includes the following:Learning objectives that are stated clearly and succinctly atthe beginning of each chapterTerms and legal vocabulary set out in bold in the body of thetext and defined immediately in the margin for the ease of studentcomprehensionFigures and tables to illustrate crucial points, designed tocapitalize on different learning styles among studentsCase scenarios to help students develop their understanding ofthe materialExcerpts from seminal or otherwise noteworthy US Supreme Court casesEnd of chapter questions, activities and assignments tohone the students’ understandingReference to a sample criminal case to help develop specific points ineach chapterComplete Mock Trial package that includes police, investigativereports, charging documents and other materials to assist student inactually presenting a criminal case“For the Prosecution/For the Defense,” point/counter point featurein each chapter that discusses an issue from the prosecution and defenseviewpointsWeb sites for further research and/or discussionProfiling the Professional : an interview and profile of a legalprofessional, such as a judge, law enforcement officer, defenseattorney, etc., that appears in each chapter. This feature explainsthe day-to-day world of a legal professional, helping thestudent/reader make an intellectual and emotional connection with thereal-life professionals in the criminal justice systemLogical and understandable organization.Author has a wealth of trial experience at every phase ofcriminal litigation, as well as extensive experience writingtextbooks.

    An Introduction to the Court System
    The Participants
    Evidence
    Arrest
    Beginning the Case
    Discovery and Pretrial Motions
    Preparing for the Trial: The Prosecution
    Preparing for the Trial: The Defense
    The Trial
    Sentencing
    Appeals and Post-Trial Motions
    Unique Criminal Issues
    Juvenile Defendants

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