Questions & Answers: Criminal Procedure—Prosecution and Adjudication
The book assists learning and exam preparation for the Criminal Procedure—Prosecution and Adjudication (a.k.a. "bail-to-jail") course and the bar exam. Coverage includes the broad gamut of issues concerning the criminal adjudication process, including prosecutorial discretion, bail, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, indictment and information, the right to counsel and the effective assistance of counsel, plea bargaining, joinder and severance, motion practice, discovery, time limitations, jurisdiction and venue, jury trials, double jeopardy, sentencing (including the death penalty), and post-conviction remedies. Extensive multiple choice questions and answers and short essay questions and answers are provided.