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California Criminal Defense Practice
Copyright 2015, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Michael G. Millman;Charles M. Sevilla;and Barry Tarlow;Beth F. Holzman
The chapter briefly discusses extradition to California from an asylum state and provides a checklist that can be used as a guide in representing a person subject to extradition from California.
Designed for practical application, California Criminal Defense Practice (Matthew Bender) provides in-depth analysis, court-tested strategies, and procedural guidance on every step of criminal defense. From search and seizure and arrest, through pretrial preparation, trial procedure, sentencing, and post-trial remedies, California Criminal Defense Practice is an unparalleled source of insight and expertise. It includes sample forms that can be readily adapted to the case at hand and step-by-step checklists for efficient evaluation of problems and review of procedures.
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Determination of extradition with the issuance of an arrest warrant is discussed in Chapter 11. See Chapters 41 and 42 for a discussion of preliminary hearings and arraignment.
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