Item Details

Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure

David A Schlueter
Format
Book
Published
Newark, N.J. : LexisNexis, c2008.
Edition
7th ed
Language
English
ISBN
9781422428757 (hardbound), 1422428753 (hardbound)
Contents
  • The military criminal justice system
  • An introduction to military offenses
  • Nonjudicial punishment: a comparative analysis
  • Jurisdiction
  • The commander's investigation, pretrial restraints, and confinement
  • Preferral and forwarding of charges; command influence
  • The article 32 investigation and the pretrial advice
  • Convening of a court-martial, detailing participants, and the referral process
  • Plea bargaining and other pretrial negotiations
  • Notice, disclosure, and discovery
  • Production of witnesses and evidence
  • The article 39(a) pretrial session
  • Motions practice
  • Pleas
  • Trial procedures
  • Sentencing
  • Review of courts-martial.
Description
xi, 1321, 26 p. ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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