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California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice 2024

California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice 2024

Published May 2024

This CEB classic answers virtually every question about criminal law practice in California and is the most comprehensive portable guide to California criminal law available.

  • Effectively manage deadlines with charts included throughout
  •  Get right to the information you need using the thorough index with commonly used shorthand phrases
  • Benefit from the work of more than 60 attorneys and judges
  • Follow the latest developments in the application of Proposition 47
  • Understand the procedure for seeking resentencing under SB 1437
  • Familiarize yourself with the new pretrial diversion laws
  • Learn the provisions of Proposition 57
  • Discover the benefits of bail reform under In re Humphrey
  • Familiarize yourself with your obligations to immigrant defendants
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Table of Contents

  • 1. Criminal Law Practice Management
  • 2. Professional Responsibility
  • 3. Right to Counsel; The Attorney-Client Relationship
  • 4. Arrest and Bench Warrants, Summonses, Subpoenas
  • 5. Securing or Preventing Out-of-Custody Status
  • 6. Arraignment
  • 7. Pleadings; Joinder and Severance
  • 8. Preliminary Hearings
  • 9. Grand Jury
  • 10. Client Interview
  • 11. Discovery
  • 12. Public Records
  • 13. Motion to Set Aside Information or Indictment
  • 14. Pretrial and Trial Publicity; Access to Courts and Court Files
  • 15. Change of Venue
  • 16. Search and Seizure Motions
  • 17. Motion to Disclose Informer’s Identity
  • 18. Selected Pretrial Motions
  • 19. Right to Speedy Trial
  • 20. Continuances
  • 21. Disqualification of Judge
  • 22. Lineups and Identification
  • 23. Confessions and Admissions
  • 24. Prior Convictions and Uncharged Misconduct
  • 25. Termination of Prosecution Without Judgment
  • 26. Pleas and Case Settlement
  • 27. Pretrial Diversion, Deferred Entry of Judgment, and Preplea Probation Report
  • 28. Trial by Court or Jury
  • 29. Jury Selection
  • 30. Preparation and Presentation of Case and Argument
  • 31. Selected Trial Motions
  • 32. Jury Instructions
  • 33. Jury Deliberations and Verdict
  • 34. Prejudgment Motions
  • 35. Pronouncing Judgment
  • 36. Misdemeanor Sentencing
  • 37. Felony Sentencing
  • 38. Probation and Mandatory Supervision
  • 39. Work Furlough and Other Alternative Sentences
  • 40. Victim Restitution
  • 41. Trial Counsel’s Duties After Judgment; Cleansing and Sealing of Criminal Records
  • 42. Writs in California State Courts
  • 43. Misdemeanor Appeals
  • 44. Felony Appeals
  • 45. Federal Habeas Corpus Review of State Court Convictions
  • 46. Revocation of Probation and Mandatory Supervision
  • 47. Parole Hearings
  • 48. Forensic Mental Health Evidence, Laws, and Procedures
  • 49. Immunity for Testimony
  • 50. Extradition
  • 51. Advising Witnesses
  • 52. Representing the Noncitizen Criminal Defendant
  • 53. Effect of Criminal Conviction on Professional Licenses
  • 54. Death Penalty Cases
  • 55. Driving Under the Influence Cases
  • 56. Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
  • 57. Asset Forfeiture
  • 58. Contempt

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