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Connecticut Criminal Procedure

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A Brand New Resource from the Connecticut Law Tribune “Hands down the best book on the market dealing with criminal defense issues in Connecticut. The authors have compiled the essential case law and strategies that every lawyer in Connecticut who tou

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A Brand New Resource from the Connecticut Law Tribune “Hands down the best book on the market dealing with criminal defense issues in Connecticut. The authors have compiled the essential case law and strategies that every lawyer in Connecticut who touches a criminal case should know.?G% James O. Ruane, Esq. Incoming President of the Connecticut Criminal Defense Bar Association Written by a talented, experienced, and diverse team of lawyers from the judiciary, academia, the offices of state and federal prosecutors, the office of the state public defender, and the private bar.  Follow the process from arrest to post-conviction motions, using the top best practices of Connecticut?GVs Criminal Bar.  The digital version contains hyperlinks to full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content. Only Connecticut Criminal Procedure Incorporates the Most Recent Developments in Danger of eyewitness identifications Restrictions existing on the search of the contents of cell phones Post-conviction petitions for the discovery of DNA evidence Standards for the admission of computer-generated evidence The state death penalty CONTRIBUTORS CHAPTER 1: ARRESTS AND IDENTIFICATIONS Shelly R. Sadin, Dean, Quinnipiac University School of Law CHAPTER 2: CONFESSIONS AND STATEMENTS Robert Spector, US Attorney’s Office, New Haven Office CHAPTER 3: SEARCH AND SEIZURE Stanley A. Twardy Jr.,  Day Pitney Elizabeth Latif,  Day Pitney CHAPTER 4: GRAND JURY, ARRAIGNMENT, TRANSFERS FROM JUVENILE COURT, BAIL AND PROBABLE CAUSE HEARINGS Michael A. Gailor, Executive Assistant State’s Attorney Chapter 5: DOUBLE JEOPARDY,  PRE- ARREST DELAY, SPEEDY TRIAL, AND PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION Pat Tomasiewicz, Fazzano & Tomasiewicz CHAPTER 6: NOTICE, JOINDER AND SEVERANCE,LIMITATIONS, AND OTHER STATE LAW ISSUES Harry Weller, Assistant State’s Attorney CHAPTER 7: DISCOVERY AND DEPOSITIONS Damon Kirschbaum, Law Firm, LLC CHAPTER8: DISPOSITION WITHOUT TRIAL Richard  R. Brown, Brown Paindiris & Scott CHAPTER9: COMPETENCE OF THE DEFENDANT Carl J. Schuman, Judge, Superior Court CHAPTER10:RIGHT TO COUNSEL John Danaher III, Judge, Superior Court CHAPTER 11: JURY RIGHT, SELECTION, AND MISCONDUCT Barbara Bailey Jongbloed, Judge, Superior Court CHAPTER12: FIFTH AND SIXTH AMENDMENT ISSUES AT TRIAL Robert J. Enright, Retired partner, McGann, Bartlett & Brown, LLC CHAPTER13: PRESENTING THE CASE AT TRIAL (OPENING STATEMENTS, WITNESSES, PRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE, COMMON RELEVANCY OBJECTIONS AND ISSUES OF ADMISSIBILITY, EXPERT TESTIMONY) Robert M. Frost   Jr., Frost Bussert, LLC Erica Barber, Frost Bussert, LLC CHAPTER14: PRESENTING THE CASE AT TRIAL ?Gt PART II (JURY INSTRUCTIONS, CLOSING ARGUMENT, VERDICT / JUDGMENT) Robert M. Frost  Jr., Frost Bussert Erica Barber, Frost Bussert, LLC CHAPTER 15: SENTENCING James Bergenn, Shipman & Goodwin CHAPTER16: POST-CONVICTION MOTIONS AND PETITIONS Conrad Ost Seifert, Seifert & Hogan