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Title: Criminal Procedure
Author: Myhra, Alison
Abstract: The legal regulation of the criminal justice system has been and always will be a daunting, enormous task. As in previous survey periods, therefore, criminal cases constitute a large portion of the caseload of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. A significant number of these criminal cases presents questions of criminal procedural law-questions requiring the interpretation of statutory and constitutional limitations on the government's inquiry into whether a violation of (substantive) criminal law has occurred. This survey of the Fifth Circuit's decisions in the criminal procedure area will focus on selected issues that the Fifth Circuit has considered and for which the Fifth Circuit has provided new insights or new analyses or has charted new courses.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/630
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Date: 1993

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