Bibliographic Details

Federal habeas corpus practice and procedure / Randy Hertz, James S. Liebman.

Author / Creator Hertz, Randy.
Edition 6th ed.
Imprint New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 2011-2015.
Description 2 v. : forms ; 26 cm.
Language English
Subject Habeas corpus -- United States.
Habeas corpus.
United States.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8352149
Other authors / contributors Liebman, James S.
ISBN 9781422483565
1422483568
Notes Paged continuously.
Liebman's name appears first on the earlier editions: 1988-1998.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Kept up to date by supplements.
Table of Contents:
  • Part I. : Introduction - Chapter 1. Format
  • Chapter 2. A general description of habeas corpus
  • Chapter 3. Overview of the federal habeas corpus process under ADEPA
  • Chapter 4. The client
  • Part II. : Timing of a federal habeas corpus petition; state remedies - Chapter 5. Order of remedies and timing
  • Chapter 6. State postconviction remedies
  • Chapter 7. State remedies: professional and constitutional issues
  • Part III. : Habeas corpus jurisdiction - Chapter 8. Subject-matter jurisdiction: custody
  • Chapter 9. Subject-matter jurisdiction: cognizable claims
  • Chapter 10. Rules governing selection of respondent and forum
  • Chapter 11. The petition
  • Part IV : Ancillary and summary proceedings upon filing - Chapter 12. Indigents and appointment of counsel
  • Chapter 13. Stays of execution
  • Chapter 14. Modification of custody status
  • Chapter 15. Summary proceedings
  • Chapter 16. The state's response
  • Chapter 17. Reply, amendment, and petitioner-initiated summary proceedings
  • Part V. : Magistrate judge practice and fact-development procedures - Chapter 18. Magistrate judge practice
  • Chapter 19. Prehearing fact-development procedures
  • Chapter 20. Right to a hearing; effect of state court factfindings
  • Chapter 21. Conduct of the hearing
  • Part VI. : Procedural defenses - Chapter 22. Introduction to procedural defenses
  • Chapter 23. Exhaustion of state remedies
  • Chapter 24. Prejudicial delay
  • Chapter 25. Nonretroactivity
  • Chapter 26. Adequate and independent state grounds
  • Chapter 27. "Full and fair opportunity to litigate" 4th Amendment exclusionary rule claims
  • Chapter 28. Successive petitions Part VII. : Adjudication of the merits
  • Chapter 29. Briefing
  • Chapter 30. The merits determination
  • Chapter 31. Harmless error
  • Chapter 32. The determination whether to grant relief: section 2254(d)
  • Chapter 33. Relief
  • Part VIII : Postjudgment proceedings; appeals - Chapter 34. Postjudgment proceedings
  • Chapter 35. Initiating the appeal
  • Chapter 36. Ancillary appellate proceedings
  • Chapter 37. The appeal
  • Chapter 38. Postjudgment, pre-certiorari proceedings
  • Chapter 39. Certiorari
  • Chapter 40. Original habeas corpus proceedings
  • Part IX. : Federal prisoners and detainees - Chapter 41. Section 2255 motions by federal prisoners
  • Chapter 42. Immigration cases