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Criminal Law

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Criminal Law And Procedure: An Overview, Ronald J. Bacigal, Mary Kelly Tate Jan 2015

Criminal Law And Procedure: An Overview, Ronald J. Bacigal, Mary Kelly Tate

Law Faculty Publications

Although the specific tasks of criminal justice professionals vary, a fundamental knowledge of the substantive criminal law and the essence of criminal procedure is crucial to the performance of a criminal justice professional. In simplified form, the foundation for this specialized knowledge of the criminal justice system is the subject matter of this book.


The Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Drug Court: A Partnership Between The Criminal Justice System And The Treatment Community, Hon. Frederick G. Rockwell Iii Nov 2008

The Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Drug Court: A Partnership Between The Criminal Justice System And The Treatment Community, Hon. Frederick G. Rockwell Iii

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Improving Accuracy In Criminal Cases, Erik Lillquist May 2007

Improving Accuracy In Criminal Cases, Erik Lillquist

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reasonable Certainty And Reasonable Doubt, Henry L. Chambers, Jr. Jan 1998

Reasonable Certainty And Reasonable Doubt, Henry L. Chambers, Jr.

Law Faculty Publications

Ultimately, this article is about how well different definitions of reasonable doubt fit society's goals for the criminal justice system. To be clear, this article is not about which definition is best. That question is far broader than the one I seek to explore. Determining what definition of reasonable doubt is best for the system is a question for another time. Rather, this article describes a few different ways that reasonable doubt and the presumption of innocence can be interpreted and considers the implications of applying those differing interpretations. Part II of this article examines how the criminal justice ...