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- Print Length: 444 pages
- Publisher: LexisNexis; 4 edition (July 17, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 13, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008O889IU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Understanding Criminal Procedure Volume Two, Adjudication: 2 4th Edition, Kindle Edition
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If you are confused by Blockburger, Strickland, Habeas and the application of new rules on collateral review (and if you are human you will be) this supplement does a great job of laying the doctrine out.
For the complaints: It is a little dated, and not written in the same order as the text. Also, DO NOT BUY THE KINDLE VERSION. Huge mistake: it's a pain since all of the cites and case names you'll need to attach to rules in an outline are done in footnotes. In a book, this is no problem; on the kindle version, you have to click on the footnote, wait for it to load, remember the footnote number, get the case name and any comments, and then click back on the footnote to get back to the main text. Huge pain and adds a lot of time and confusion to the outlining process. I'd rather just glance down at the bottom of the page. YMMV.