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Recurring Problems in the Trial of a Criminal Action [Superseded]

Donald S. Voorhees
January 1, 1981
Archival Copy on File

A collection of decisions on procedural problems arising in criminal trials, from material originally presented at Center seminars for newly appointed district judges. Areas covered include jury-related problems, co-conspirator statements, recalcitrant witnesses, the Fifth Amendment, reception of expert testimony, and mistrial.

Superseded by Manual on Recurring Problems in Criminal Trials, Second Edition (1985).