New York Criminal Practice, Fifth Edition
- Lawrence N. Gray, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
New York’s Right to Counsel Jurisprudence / The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination / Arraignment / Preliminary Hearing / Grand Jury Proceedings / Discovery: Statutory and Appellate Court Analysis / Motion Practice / Pretrial Hearings / Plea Negotiations / Preparation for Trial / Preparing for Direct, Cross- and Redirect Examination / Jury Selection / Opening Statements / Direct Examination / Defense Cross-Examination / Evidentiary Issues and Objections / Defense / Summations / Jury Instructions / Sealing Case Records / Trial Orders of Dismissal and Setting Aside Verdict / Sentencing / Appeals in Criminal Cases / Extradition
From your right to counsel to your right to an appeal, this publication is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the criminal case. Written by criminal law attorneys and judges with decades of practical experience in the field, this book is intended to guide inexperienced and veteran attorneys alike. This fifth edition expands the coverage of the last edition as well as updating case and statutory references.
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- November 21, 2016
- 1,160 pages