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Criminal Procedure II (LAW-628-001)
Barbera, Bair

Meets: 07:30 PM - 10:10 PM (M) - Room 402

Enrolled: 45 / Limit: 48


Notices

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Description

Advanced study in the commencement of formal proceedings, the adversary system, and trial. Topics include decision whether to prosecute; grand jury; preliminary hearing; discovery and the Brady doctrine; constitutionally based proof requirements; speedy trial; joinder and severance; coerced, induced, and negotiated guilty pleas; jury trial; public trial; counsel and self-representation; sentencing; double jeopardy; direct appeal and federal habeas corpus.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Saltzburg and Capra, American Criminal Procedure (West, 9th ed. 2010); the 2011 supplement to the casebook; and photocopied "Criminal Procedure II Problems"

First Class Readings

Casebook pages 857-884

Syllabus

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