CreatorRichard G. Singer, Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey School of Law ; Kenneth William, Professor of Law, South Texas College of Law Houston, Houston, Texas
Early decisions about the newly arrested defendant -- Charging decisions -- The grand jury : gathering information and overseeing the prosecutor's charging -- Alternatives to the grand jury : informations and preliminary hearings -- Evidence disclosure (discovery) -- Pleas of guilt and bargained pleas -- The jury -- Double jeopardy -- Speedy trial -- Assistance of counsel -- Sentencing -- Appeals and collateral attack -- Non-criminal remedies for unacceptable lawyering -- Victim's rights
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