The Rights of the Accused Under the Sixth Amendment : Trials, Presentation of Evidence, and Confrontation
This essential resource takes a close look at The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution and those key provisions which impact mightily on defendants in criminal prosecutions. The book was authored by four noted legal professionals, each from different backgrounds (private practice of law, former prosecutors, academics, jurists) and from different parts of the nation. This fascinating book examines the wide range of essential criminal justice topics that fall within the scope of the Sixth Amendment. This book is an essential resource for judges, academics, and lawyers working in the field. It offers fascinating historical perspective, modern interpretations, and insight on this critical component of the United States Constitution. It's one book that is a must for every lawyer's library.
xv, 223 pages ; 23 cm
American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section
Criminal procedure, Due process of law, Fair trial, Constitution, 6th Amendment
Constitutional Law | Law
Marcus, Paul; Moreno, Joëlle Anne; Miller, Tommy E.; and Duncan, David K., "The Rights of the Accused Under the Sixth Amendment : Trials, Presentation of Evidence, and Confrontation" (2012). Faculty Books. 74.