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Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Mercer L. Rev.
  • Thomas E. Baker, Florida International University College of Law
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1982
Abstract

This article discusses decisions of the new Eleventh Circuit and also decisions of the former Fifth Circuit, some of which are binding precedents for the new court. By way of introduction, the title Constitutional Criminal Procedure deserves amplification. Related criminal law topics not within the scope of this article include the following: the substantive law of crimes; non constitutional aspects of the Federal Rules of Evidence; non constitutional aspects of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure; procedural aspects of habeas corpus; sentencing; prisoners' rights; and civil rights suits alleging constitutional deprivations.

Citation Information
Thomas E. Baker. "Constitutional Criminal Procedure" Mercer L. Rev. Vol. 33 (1982) p. 1083
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/thomas-baker/30/