The Federal Criminal Procedure Litigation Manual 2015 is designed to assist the busy litigator, prosecutor and judge in understanding the application of the rules in situations that recur in federal criminal trials. The work is up to date reflecting the latest changes and amendments to the Federal Rules along with the latest and most significant cases. The Federal Criminal Procedure Litigation Manual provides a thorough, yet concise, analysis of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. The manual sets out the official text of each rule, followed by a short commentary that focuses on the key issues for each rule. Numbered section headings facilitate quick reference to the pertinent commentary. qPractice Tipsq are also included throughout the commentary. The manual provides balanced practice pointers, for both the prosecutor and the defense counsel. Following the commentary, the reader will find lists of additional references. Anyone who has practiced in federal court understands that while the rules of procedure are an important starting point, there are many federal statutes that may have an impact on the trial. Thus, the manual lists selected federal statutes following the commentary. The text also includes references to two leading treatises on the subject of the federal rules of criminal procedure, and where appropriate, to treatises on the federal rules of evidence. Finally, the authors have briefly noted selected leading federal cases that should provide a helpful starting point for further research.For example, for a forfeiture under 21 U.S.C. As 853(a)(1), athat the, 2010 Prius, VIN ______, in Count 2 is property derived from proceeds the defendant obtained, directly or indirectly, as the result of the violation in Count 2.a Where a count setsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Federal Criminal Procedure Litigation Manual 2015|
|Author||:||Stephen A. Saltzburg, David A. Schlueter|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2015-01-01|