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For anyone working within the California justice system — attorneys, paralegals, court reporters, and law enforcement officials — this book is an invaluable on-the-job reference. It's also a good research tool for anyone who wants to learn more about California criminal law and procedure. For attorneys practicing outside of California, this book is the perfect alternative to expensive and voluminous treatises.
CRIMINAL LAW: Introduction To The Legal System Of The United States And The State Of California. Introduction To Criminal Law. The Two Essential Elements. Crimes Against The Person: Part I. Crimes Against The Person: Part II. Crimes Against Property And Habitation. Crimes Against The Public: Part I. Crimes Against The Public: Part II. Parties And Inchoate Offenses. Factual And Statutory Defenses. Constitutional Limits On The Power Of Government To Define And Prosecute Offenses. CRIMINAL PROCEDURES: Introduction And Participants. The Constitutional Aspects Of Criminal Procedure. Searches, Seizures, And Arrests. Interrogation And Other Law Enforcement Practices. The Pretrial Process. Trial. Judgement And Sentencing. Sentencing(Continued) Postconviction Remedies. APPENDIX A. APPENDIX B. APPENDIX C. GLOSSARY. INDEX.