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    • Navigate more efficientlythrough the complex processesof the Criminal Justice System. Criminal Law 2012 Catalog of Legal and Professional Resources From federal sentencing to criminal defense techniques, the LexisNexis® collection of titles has you covered.
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    • Criminal Law2012 Catalog of Legal and Professional ResourcesTitles from LexisNexis® direct you through thecomplexities of the criminal justice system, fromthe inception of a case, strategic planning, pretrialmatters, plea agreements, sentencing hearings andmitigation to post-conviction relief and appeals.Authored by expert attorneys, our authoritative andcomprehensive treatises, handbooks and guides willprovide you the legal references you need daily inyour criminal law practice.Choose from publications on:ƦƦ DUI and traffic lawƦƦ Forensic sciences Evidence CONTENTSƦƦƦƦ Criminal law and procedureƦƦ Federal and state constitutional law Criminal Circuit Court Publications 2ƦƦ Business crimesƦƦ And more Alcohol, Drug and Motor Vehicle Violations 3 Courtroom Techniques and Practice 4 Criminal Practice 5 Evidence 7 Federal Criminal Laws 7Order today! Military Criminal Justice 9CALL toll-free 800.223.1940 White Collar Crime 10GO TO www.lexisnexis.com/CriminalLawCONTACT your LexisNexis® sales representative State-Specific Titles 11
    • CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT PUBLICATIONS Federal Circuit Court Criminal Handbooks Analyze and prepare for every phase of a criminal case before the United States Courts of Appeals for the Second, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Ninth and Eleventh circuits. These practical resources identify key rulings on all major topics under each circuit’s criminal law jurisprudence. Written by experienced practitioners and judges, these authoritative handbooks give you the in-the-trenches guidance you need to confidently approach such topics as search and seizure, discovery, immunity, indictments, pretrial matters and more within the context of decisions issued by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals for each circuit. New! Ninth Circuit Criminal Handbook Larry A. Burns, U.S. District Judge; Timothy A. Scott The latest addition to the LexisNexis Circuit Criminal Handbook series, this comprehensive handbook guides you through every topic in the Ninth Circuit’s criminal law jurisprudence. Covering hundreds of criminal issues, this single volume resource is broad enough to provide an excellent introduction for the newcomer to Ninth Circuit criminal practice, yet detailed enough to become a trusted resource for veteran practitioners and judges.  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, Pub. #01621, ISBN 9781422478547 eBOOK • eISBN 9780327171058 Federal Criminal Practice: Fourth Circuit Federal Criminal Practice: A Second Circuit Handbook Criminal Reporter A Seventh Circuit Handbook Gordon Mehler, Hon. John Gleeson, Former U.S. Magistrate Judge and Chief Michael D. Monico, Barry A. Spevack David C. James Assistant U.S. Attorney Western District of  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually,  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, North Carolina Carl Horn III Pub. #60513, ISBN 9781422496473  Pub. #60506, ISBN 9780769848730  PRINT • Newsletter, 8 issues per year, eBOOK • eISBN 9781579112578 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111809 Pub. #62937, ISBN 9780327106869 eBOOK • eISBN 9780327167280 Eleventh Circuit Fourth Circuit Criminal Handbook Criminal Handbook Sixth Circuit Donald F. Samuel Former U.S. Magistrate Judge and Chief Criminal Handbook  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, Assistant U.S. Attorney Western District of E. James King, J.H. King Pub. #60515, ISBN 9781422496374  North Carolina Carl Horn III  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111816  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, Pub. #60510, ISBN 9781422499696  Pub. #62935, ISBN 9780769851693 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579112660 eBOOK • eISBN 97815791122712 CRIMINAL LAW  Legal and Professional Resources from LexisNexis • 2012 Catalog
    • Alcohol, Drug and Motor Vehicle Violations ALCOHOL, DRUG AND MOTOR VEHICLE VIOLATIONSDefense of Drunk Driving Cases: Criminal—CivilRichard E. Erwin, Dr. Leon Greenberg, Herbert M. Goldstein, Arne K. Bergh; Practice Guide by Richard J. Essen;scientific chapter revisions by Harvey M. CohenTake advantage of comprehensive coverage of the legal and technical issues that arise in a drunkdriving case. You’ll find up-to-date guidance on relevant statutes, case law and forensic science.This guide details pretrial discovery, defenses and trial tactics. It also features extensive backgroundinformation on the substance of chemical test evidence including physiology, pharmacology andanalytical techniques. All aspects of drunk driving defense are addressed, including:ƦƦ P ‌ er se laws ƦƦ F ‌ ield sobriety testingƦƦ ‌Implied-consent legislation ƦƦ A ‌ dmissibility of chemical test resultsƦƦ ‌Constitutional objections and other evidenceIncludes a practice guide with step-by-step description of how to handle a drunk driving case from the initialclient contact through appeal, including sample cross-examination, illustrative testimony and sample formsand motions, and also provides clear, nontechnical explanations of the scientific and mathematical foundationsof chemical testing. In addition, it covers pathological conditions whose symptoms sometimes resemble intoxication, leading toimproper arrests and false-positive test results.  PRINT • 4 volumes, loose-leaf, updated 3 times per year, Pub. #00275, ISBN 9780820512754 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579114190Defense of Speeding, Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses,Reckless Driving and 5th EditionVehicular Homicide Robert S. ReiffJames Farragher Campbell, P. David Fisher, Analyzes the many available avenues of prosecution and lines of defense.David A. Mansfield Noted DUI expert Robert S. Reiff, rated the most effective DUI advocateThis invaluable reference features in South Florida by the Miami Herald, shows you how to sell yourself tostep-by-step defense procedures your client, select a jury, cross-examine the arresting officer and deliverfrom pretrial preparation a strong closing argument. He offers his “Top Twenty Tips” for defendingthrough trial, including discovery, DUI cases and provides a large assortment of proven forms for pleadings,motions to suppress and jury motions, correspondence and other uses.instructions; complete analysis  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #61240, ISBN 9781422481257 of speed detection methods; eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111144examination of statutes and caseholdings (national in scope, withstate variations); sample direct and Apprehending and Prosecuting the Drunk Driver:cross-examinations of witnesses and defendants; accident A Manual for Police and Prosecutionreconstruction, including the use of human factors experts; Harvey M. Cohen, Joseph B. Greenand driver’s license suspension and revocation. Now law officers can find the legal, scientific and practical guidance they  PRINT • 3 volumes, loose-leaf, updated twice per year,Pub. #00104, ISBN 9780820511047  need to ensure the effectiveness of each drunken driving stop, search,eBOOK • eISBN 9781579112332 arrest and prosecution—all in one place. This resource includes detailed discussion of essential procedures—such as how to recognize the characteristics of a drunk driver, the best ways to evaluate sensory cluesDefense of Narcotics Cases of alcohol and drug impairment, effective administration of field sobriety and preliminary breath tests, and much more.This indispensible publication gives you expert, up-to-datecoverage of such matters as identification of drugs, search  PRINT • 1 volume, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #00197, ISBN 9780820511979 and seizure, motor vehicle and airport searches and pretrial   eBOOK • eISBN 9781579110949proceedings. It also covers informers and accomplices, thetrial, alternatives to standing trial, compulsory commitmentof narcotics addicts, defense of driving-under-the-influence Officer’s DUI Handbookcases and forfeiture proceedings. Plus, it also provides John A. Stephen, John B. Kwasnoski, Gerald N. Partridgeimportant information on sentencing post-Booker. Find out how courts have handled cases similar to yours with new caseIt comes complete with forms and easy-to-follow charts examples that can be used in training or on the road. Plan your strategyanalyzing federal drug law and provisions of representative based on these court rulings, which illustrate patterns derived fromstate laws. actual cases around the country. Use the citations following each case to further investigate a topic that interests you.  PRINT • 3 volumes, loose-leaf, updated annually,Pub. #00249, ISBN 9780820512495  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound with CD-ROM, replaced annually, Pub. #37553, ISBN 9781422442937eBOOK • eISBN 9781579112455  To order, call 800.223.1940 or visit www.lexisnexis.com/CriminalLaw 3
    • Courtroom Techniques and Practice COURTROOM TECHNIQUES AND PRACTICE Criminal Defense Techniques Robert M. Cipes (1969 – 1972), original editor; Sidney Bernstein (1972 – 1976); Irwin Hall (1972 – 1980); Publisher’s Editorial Staff Get in-depth guidance from more than 100 leading specialists on bail and pretrial release, grand jury proceedings, direct and cross-examination, opening and closing arguments, use of forensic pathology and psychological evidence. You will also find guidance on: ƦƦ I ‌nterrogation and confessions ƦƦ ‌Securities fraud ƦƦ G ‌ uilty plea negotiations ƦƦ S ‌ peedy trial and appeal ƦƦ P ‌ robation and parole ƦƦ ‌Wiretapping This publication provides a library of court-tested forms on every aspect of criminal procedure. The latest release includes complete revisions to coverage of the following topics: Defense of an Obscenity Case; Defense of a Kidnapping Case; and Defense of Capital Cases. It also includes miscellaneous revisions to the rest of the treatise in order to keep the material current and especially useful to practitioners.  PRINT • 10 volumes, loose-leaf, updated 3 times per year, Pub. #00202, ISBN 9780820512020 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579112400 Criminal Investigation Handbook Cross-Examination of the Laura Ellsworth Analyst in Drug Prosecutions Get critical information about use of the Internet in perpetrating a computer crime— James Shellow; Foreword by Gerry Spence especially cybercrime—and websites, email addresses and databases that can be used in The case Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts investigations. Use this handbook for practical guidance through each element of a criminal opened up new possibilities, and every investigation as well as pertinent legal analysis. It includes a wealth of illustrations, checklists criminal attorney must understand the and forms. Whether you are a law enforcement officer, prosecutor or criminal defense consequences. Cited by Justice Antonin lawyer, you can find the information in this book useful to your case. Scalia in that groundbreaking decision,  PRINT • 1 volume, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #00673, ISBN 9780820516738 this volume starts with a thorough eBOOK • eISBN 9781579114282 explanation of the scientific principles behind drug identification and of the role of the drug analyst. It also provides the Cross-Examination: attorney with the crucial techniques and Science and Techniques, 2nd Edition challenges that can make the difference Larry Pozner, Roger J. Dodd in a case and includes pretrial motion and orders, sample transcripts and proposed  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, jury instructions. Pub. #65985, ISBN 9780327164340 BOOK & DVD SET • ISBN 9781422449189  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, Pub. #22615, ISBN 9781422462133  Advanced Cross-Examination Eyewitness Testimony: Audio CD-ROM, 2nd Edition Civil and Criminal, 4th Edition Larry Pozner, Roger J. Dodd Elizabeth F. Loftus, Ph.D; James M. Doyle, Esq.;  CD-ROM • 6 audio CDs, single user, Pub. #69585, ISBN 9781422446751 Jennifer E. Dysart, Ph.D. DVD • 4 discs, ISBN 9781422446744  Offers courtroom-ready trial techniques PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement and DVD set, ISBN 9781422449189  and the latest psychological research PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement and 6 audio CDs, ISBN 9781422449172 concerning such issues as jurors’ beliefs about eyewitness testimony and the factors that may impede perception and Preparation for Deposition memory. Illustrates the consequences and in a Business Case effects of eyewitness testimony in both Roger J. Dodd, Larry Pozner criminal and civil trials. Proper preparation of your client prior to their  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, deposition can prevent mistakes that can cost you Pub. #64394, ISBN 9781422421406 the trial or hurt your settlement. This new DVD helps eBOOK • eISBN 9781579113193  attorneys prepare their client for the often stressful experience of deposition. Save your time by using this billable tool to prepare your client.  DVD • Pub. #00867, ISBN 97814224833984 CRIMINAL LAW  Legal and Professional Resources from LexisNexis • 2012 Catalog
    • Courtroom Techniques and Practice | Criminal PracticeMealey’s™ Daubert Report Trial Error and Misconduct,This Report covers the interpretation and adoption or rejection of the 2nd EditionSupreme Court’s landmark expert admissibility ruling, Daubert v. Merrell Dow Bennett L. GershmanPharmaceutical Inc. As the nation’s jurisdictions grapple with so-called “junk  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement,science” testimony, this monthly newsletter offers the latest key rulings in this Pub. #82458, ISBN 9781422421918 contentious component of civil and criminal litigation. eBOOK • eISBN 9781579118327   Newsletter, published monthly, Pub. #07013, ISSN 1092-7565 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579119911 Trial Preparation for Prosecutors, 3rd EditionProsecutorial Misconduct: Law, Michael D. MarcusProcedure, Forms, 4th Edition This title:Joseph F. Lawless; Foreword byAlan M. Dershowitz, Harvard Law School ƦƦ E ‌ xamines each stage of trial preparation with step-by-step adviceProvides a comprehensive and scholarly analysis of ƦƦ M ‌ inimizes surprises with methodical and effectiveprosecutorial abuse, from the initiation of a criminal pretrial strategiesinvestigation through the appeal and post-conviction ƦƦ A ‌ dvises on anticipating the defense tacticsstages for both federal and state jurisdictions. Includesa complete collection of motions, briefs and arguments ƦƦ I ‌ncludes extensive citations to cases, statutesfrom actual cases handled by noted defense lawyers and regulationsDavid Kendall, Gerry Spence, Billy Martin, James  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, Pub. #61966,Brosnahan, John Cline and Michael Tigar and author ISBN 9781422478783 Joe Lawless. eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111830  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #64241, ISBN 9781422422137 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579113186 CRIMINAL PRACTICEForensic Sciences Search & Seizure,Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., General Editor 3rd EditionDozens of experts discuss the John Wesley Hallsciences relevant to criminal and Two essential volumes written by ancivil litigation and the law in the active trial lawyer for other active trialcourtroom. Includes coverage of lawyers and judges. This resourceexpert testimony and scientific offers expert insight on such issuesevidence—admissibility, scope, as reasonable expectation of privacy,impeachment, hypothetical consent and probable cause, asquestions, privilege and more. It also well as current guidelines governingcovers: search and seizure in such specificƦƦ F ‌ orensic pathology, anthropology, odontology, engineering, circumstances as vehicles, professional toxicology and pharmacology offices and airports. Reflects the changingƦƦ A ‌ ntemortem and postmortem alcohol determinations standards and applications of the law, including:ƦƦ ‌Firearm identification ƦƦ Proliferation of knock-and-talk consent searchesƦƦ C ‌ rime scene procedures ƦƦ Bus and train searchesƦƦ ‌DNA typing ƦƦ Highway detentions to bring in drug dogsƦƦ C ‌ hemical and biological terrorism ƦƦ Video surveillance in public and semi-private places  PRINT • 5 volumes, loose-leaf, updated twice per year, ƦƦ Searches of computersPub. #00313, ISBN 9780820513133 ƦƦ Litigation of motions to suppress  PRINT • 2 volumes, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #63350, ISBN 9780327100119  eBOOK • eISBN 9780327171201 To order, call 800.223.1940 or visit www.lexisnexis.com/CriminalLaw 5
    • Criminal Practice Criminal Law Advocacy Mental Disability Law: Civil and Criminal, 2nd Edition Mark J. Kadish, Rhonda A. Bronfman, David Rossman, Michael L. Perlin, Heather Ellis Cucolo Ronald L. Carlson, Patrick L. McCloskey, Ronald L. Schoenberg,  PRINT • 5 volumes, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #65810, ISBN 9780327005247  Abraham P. Ordover, Roger M. Goldman  PRINT • 7 volumes, loose-leaf, updated twice per year, Pub. #00198, ISBN 9780820511986 The Prosecution and Defense of Sex Crimes  PRINT • 1 volume, loose-leaf, updated twice per year, Pub. #00562, ISBN 9780820515625  Criminal Law Deskbook eBOOK • eISBN 9781579117627 Patrick L. McCloskey, Ronald L. Schoenberg; revisions by Jay Shapiro This convenient deskbook provides concise discussion of the Prosecutor’s Manual for Arrest, basic principles of criminal procedure, substantive criminal law and criminal trial strategy and tactics. Logically organized Search and Seizure, 2nd Edition according to the chronology of a criminal case, it supplies James A. Adams, Daniel D. Blinka thorough coverage of everything from arraignment and bail to  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #60074, ISBN 9780327163664  sentencing. Numerous checklists offer a timesaving framework eBOOK • eISBN 9780327168140 for analyzing all aspects of a case.  PRINT • 1 volume, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #00217, ISBN 9780820512174 Sexual Assault Trials, 3rd Edition eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111274 Paul DerOhannesian II A complete handbook for anticipating and fulfilling the special Criminal Practice Handbook, 3 Edition rd demands of sexual assault cases. Covering virtually all aspects of trial, this guide takes you from jury selection to jury instructions with Stephen Hrones the latest law and trial strategy. Gain step-by-step guidance through  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, discovery and pretrial matters, direct and cross-examination, expert Pub. #62973, ISBN 9780820575841 testimony, presentation of evidence, and trial tactics to help you develop a winning strategy for your case. Entrapment Defense, 4th Edition  PRINT • 2 volumes, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #61175, ISBN 9780820574660 eBOOK • eISBN 9780327173281 Paul Marcus  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #64635, ISBN 9781422473443  Contemporary Criminal Procedure: eBOOK • eISBN 9781579115258 Courtroom Decisions for Law Enforcement, 10th Edition Judicial Conduct and Ethics, Fourth Edition Larry E. Holtz James J. Alfini, Steven Lubet, Jeffrey M. Shaman, Charles Gardner Geyh  PRINT • 1 volume, softbound, with companion CD-ROM, replaced annually,  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, Pub. #66921, ISBN 9718422421253 Pub. #74892, ISBN 97807698471156 CRIMINAL LAW  Legal and Professional Resources from LexisNexis • 2012 Catalog
    • Evidence | Federal Criminal Laws EVIDENCECourtroom Criminal Evidence, 5th EditionFrancis A. Gilligan, Paul C. Giannelli, Edward J. Imwinkelried, Fredric I. LedererWith a wealth of information packed into two volumes, this guide serves as a source for quick reference and expert advice. Learnabout the latest developments in evidence law, including:ƦƦ E ‌ videntiary issues posed by faxes, emails, caller ID, ƦƦ ‌Automobile stops and computer-generated animations ƦƦ T ‌ he latest amendments to the Federal Rules of EvidenceƦƦ S ‌ cientific evidence after the Daubert trilogy ƦƦ A ‌ n extensive discussion of chain-of-custody issuesƦƦ ‌Polygraph evidence  PRINT • 2 volumes, hardbound, Pub. #63050, ISBN 9781422498491eBOOK • eISBN 9781579115241Criminal Evidentiary Foundations, 2nd Edition The Methods of AttackingEdward J. Imwinkelried, Daniel D. Blinka Scientific Evidence, 4th EditionWhen you’re faced with questions about how best to introduce evidence into a Edward J. Imwinkelriedcriminal trial, get the practical guidance you need to make quick, informed decisions Reviews the major evidentiary doctrinesin this guide. It shows by example how to convert abstract evidentiary doctrine into applicable to scientific evidence, includingconcrete lines of questioning, explains how to phrase questions on direct and cross- admissibility of chain-of-custody testimony andexamination, and includes hundreds of sample foundational questions adapted to expert-witness testimony.criminal cases.  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement,  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #62978, ISBN 9781422417416 Pub. #63044, ISBN 9780327164159Exculpatory Evidence: The Accused’s Constitutional Right Scientific Evidence, 4th Editionto Introduce Favorable Evidence, 3rd Edition Paul C. Giannelli, Edward J. ImwinkelriedEdward J. Imwinkelried, Norman M. Garland Explains in clear terms the latest forensic  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, techniques and scientific concepts used inPub. #63065, ISBN 9780327163862  collecting and evaluating evidence. Includes coverage of the rules and precedents relating to admissibility, constitutional limitations,Federal Evidence Tactics discovery, expert testimony, laboratoryEdward J. Imwinkelried, David A. Schlueter reports and chain of custody, followed byTracking the Federal Rules of Evidence, this easy-to-use resource is designed to help analysis of the most frequently encounteredcounsel strategically analyze the issues involved in the introduction of and objection scientific evidence.to particular evidence.  PRINT • 2 volumes, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. #62380, ISBN 9780820575766   PRINT • 2 volumes, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #00218, ISBN 9780820528083  eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111182 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579114084 FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAWSBender’s Federal Practice Forms®: Bender’s Federal Practice ManualCriminal Procedure  PRINT • 3 volumes, loose-leaf, updated 4 times per year, Pub. #00100, ISBN 9780820511009The criminal volumes of this treatise cover criminal eBOOK • eISBN 9781579115791prosecutions in the United States District Court. The formsare organized into chapters based on the relevant FederalRules of Criminal Procedure. Volume 17 also deals with Criminal Constitutional Lawcollateral attacks (i.e., post-appeal attacks) on criminal David S. Rudstein, C. Peter Erlinder, David C. Thomasconvictions that may be brought in United States District  PRINT • 3 volumes, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #00098, ISBN 9780820510989 courts, including the rules and official forms for Section 2255 eBOOK • eISBN 9781579116767motions for relief from federal court convictions and habeascorpus review of state court convictions.  PRINT • 2 volumes, loose-leaf, updated annually,Pub. #00090, ISBN 9780820520216Vols. 16 and 17 of Bender’s Federal Practice Forms To order, call 800.223.1940 or visit www.lexisnexis.com/CriminalLaw 7
    • Federal Criminal Laws Federal Criminal Laws and Rules Federal Sentencing for Business Crimes Volume 1 contains all the federal criminal laws and court Kirby D. Behre, A. Jeff Ifrah rules in the USCS. Offers clear and practical guidance through the complexities of the U.S. Volume 2 includes the entire text of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. This essential treatise features: Sentencing Guidelines. ƦƦ Explanation of the impact of criminal history on a defendant’s sentence and the role of plea agreements and plea agreement procedure in the  PRINT • 2 volumes, softbound, with CD-ROM, replaced annually, Pub. #22463, ISBN 9780769851075  sentencing process Vol. 1, ISBN 9780769851044  ƦƦ Expert treatment on sentencing process and procedure, including Vol. 2, ISBN 9780769851051  a discussion of applicable fines, terms of probation, and supervisory release eBook • eISBN 9781579116033 ƦƦ Separate chapters on specific offenses related to white collar crime, including: antitrust crimes, bankruptcy fraud, computer crimes, Federal Criminal Trials, 7th Edition environmental crimes, food and drug crimes, securities fraud, and tax offenses Hon. James C. Cissell  PRINT • 2 volumes, loose-leaf, updated twice per year, Pub. #00471, ISBN 9780820556567  This is the definitive volume on federal criminal procedure, eBOOK • eISBN 9781579114237 rules of evidence, and constitutional protections. Since 1946, federal prosecutors in the Department of Justice and attorneys in state courts have used this handbook as the Modern Federal Jury Instructions— authoritative courtroom reference. Criminal Volumes  PRINT • 1 volume, hardbound, with supplement, Pub. No. #60877, ISBN 9781422428597  Hon. Leonard Sand, John S. Siffert, Walter P. Loughlin, Steven A. Reiss, eBOOK • eISBN 9781579111137 Hon. Jed S. Rakoff, Steven W. Allen Judges in federal court increasingly Federal Habeas Corpus require jury instructions to be Practice and Procedure, 6th Edition understandable and free of legalese Randy Hertz, James S. Liebman and arcane language. Offering instructions for all aspects of a This publication is the resource referred to most frequently federal criminal jury trial, this set by members of the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal courts as well as by thousands of other attorneys who saves you drafting time and helps practice in habeas corpus matters. It offers detailed you avoid giving jurors erroneous or analysis of: inappropriate instructions. ƦƦ A ‌ pplicability of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death ƦƦ G ‌ eneral instructions covering such areas as scienter, burden of proof, Penalty Act (AEDPA) evidence, and inferences ƦƦ R ‌ equirements states must satisfy to obtain AEDPA ƦƦ S ‌ ubstantive instructions for specific federal offenses, from aiding and “opt-in” benefits abetting to criminal antitrust violations and tax fraud ƦƦ S ‌ tatutes of limitations ƦƦ C ‌ itations to specific case authority and/or statutory authority to cut your research time ƦƦ ‌Petition-filing requirements ƦƦ O ‌ fficial pattern instructions for the First, Third, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, ƦƦ A ‌ ppointment of counsel Eighth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits ƦƦ R ‌ ange and types of discovery ƦƦ F ‌ ederal Judicial Center Pattern Criminal Jury Instructions ƦƦ S ‌ tandards for obtaining federal evidentiary hearings  PRINT • 4 volumes, loose-leaf, updated twice per year, Pub. #00485, ISBN 9780820520841  ƦƦ E ‌ xhaustion of state remedies Each volume also sold separately; call for more information. 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