Criminal Procedure

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New Florida Rule Requires Training for Attorneys Who Handle Adult Felony Cases

The Florida Supreme Court’s new rule of criminal procedure, Fla.R.Crim.P. 3.113, “Minimum Standards for Attorneys in Felony Cases,” takes effect May 16, 2016. It mandates training on Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.220...more

Judge Posner’s suggestion in his concurrence in U.S. v. Boyce to rewrite the hearsay rule and its exceptions is generating a lot...

Judge Posner in the 7th Circuit, widely regarded as one of the more thoughtful judges, believes that “the ‘hearsay rule’ is too complex as well as being archaic.” In U.S. v. Boyce, Boyce was convicted of being a felon in...more

Second Circuit Reverses Probation Sentence in Unique Case

On July 9, 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a significant sentencing decision in United States v. Park. In doing so, the appellate court handed the United States a rare, albeit hollow sentencing...more

Criminal Procedure in Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones watchers know its quasi-Medieval Westeros as a remarkably harsh, unforgiving world. There’s just not a lot of room for error. In fact, if you’re a character and lose your head (figuratively), you just might...more

Maryland v. King: Possibly The Most Important Criminal Procedure Case in Decades

Many Supreme Court observers, including no less than Justice Samuel Alito himself, have described Maryland v. King as perhaps the most important criminal procedure case that the Court has decided in decades. While this may...more

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