Some Basic Ethics for Criminal Defense Attorneys

Ralph U. Whitten

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3 Questions are pondered here: How to Plead, Whether to Waive a Jury Trial, and Whether to Testify

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Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Approach by James R. Acker and David C. Brody

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Criminal defense

Criminal law establishes the classifications of crimes, how guilt or innocence is determined, and the types of punishment or rehabilitation that may be imposed.

Criminal court

A criminal court tries only criminal offenses, such as theft, assault and battery, or drug possession. Civil courts handle civil cases, such as lawsuits.

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