Arizona criminal practice manual--Arizona practice series.

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Imprint:[Eagan, Minnesota] : Thomson West, [2022]-
[St. Paul, Minnesota] : Thomson Reuters, [2022]-
Description:1 online resource.
Series:Arizona practice series TM ; v. 15
Arizona practice ; v. 15.
Subject:Criminal law -- Arizona -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Criminal procedure -- Arizona -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Handbooks and manuals.
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Other uniform titles:WESTLAW (Information retrieval system)
Other authors / contributors:Euchner, David J., author.
Bergman, Barbara, author.
Frequency:Updated periodically
Notes:Authors: 2022-, David J. Euchner, Barbara E. Bergman.
Database includes most recent edition only.
Description based on electronic file, viewed April 11, 2023.
Summary:The Arizona criminal practice manual is a treatise for prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges throughout the state of Arizona. This manual comprehensively addresses Arizona criminal law from pretrial release and detention through sentencing and preparing the defendant for appeals and post-conviction proceedings. Topics covered include competence to stand trial, discovery, guilty pleas and plea bargaining, speedy trial, joinder and severance, motions to suppress statements, search and seizure law, eyewitness identifications, the exclusionary rule, motions to preclude/admit evidence, defenses, opinion testimony, privilege against self-incrimination, testimonial privileges, witness's competence to testify, confrontation, compulsory process, jury issues, opening statements and closing argument, trial practice issues, and sentencing and probation.
Item Description:Authors: 2022-, David J. Euchner, Barbara E. Bergman.
Database includes most recent edition only.
Physical Description:1 online resource.
Publication Frequency:Updated periodically