Criminal Jurisdiction of State Courts Skip over navigation
LexisNexis® Browse Law Reviews and Treatises
Skip over navigation
Sign in with your lexis.com® ID to access the full text of this chapter.
-OR-
Order from the LexisNexis Store. Formats may include:
  • eBook for Mobipocket readers, including Amazon® Kindle

     
  • eBook for eReader, including Adobe® Digital Edition, Apple® iPad®, Sony® Reader

     
  • Print (Hardcover)

 

California Criminal Defense Practice
 
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.


1-2 California Criminal Defense Practice 2.syn


Title

Criminal Jurisdiction of State Courts

Author

Michael G. Millman;Charles M. Sevilla;and Barry Tarlow;Beth F. Holzman

Chapter Summary


ABSTRACT TEXT:

This chapter discusses the original jurisdiction of California trial courts in criminal matters. It includes detailed coverage of territorial jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, and personal jurisdiction. It also examines the effects of lack of jurisdiction and the remedies available to a defendant tried by a tribunal without jurisdiction. The chapter touches on the jurisdictional aspects of various subjects including the statute of limitations. The checklist in this chapter addresses how to practically handle various jurisdictional issues discussed in the chapter.

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.

CORE TERMS:

California criminal defense,criminal jurisdiction of California trial courts,territorial jurisdiction,subject matter jurisdiction,personal jurisdiction,lack of jurisdiction,statutes of limitations

RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)

Related subjects covered in later chapters are venue (see Chapter 61, "Venue");, appellate jurisdiction (see Chapter 101, "Appeal"), jurisdiction to issue extraordinary writs (see Chapter 102, "Extraordinary Writs"), juvenile court jurisdiction (see Chapter 120, "The Juvenile Court System"), and jurisdiction to correct and amend judgments (see Chapter 100, "Motions in Trial Court").

OTHER RELATED PUBLICATIONS:

See California Criminal Discovery (Matthew Bender) for practical discussion on virtually every criminal discovery subject that's likely to confront the courts and the criminal practitioner.

See Cotchett, California Courtroom Evidence (Matthew Bender) for the complete updated California Evidence Code, legislative history on each section, Law Revision Commission comments on most sections, relevant, insightful case annotations, and practical pointers from Joseph W. Cotchett, a highly regarded California trial lawyer and expert on evidentiary matters.

See California Trial Guide (Matthew Bender) for substantive and procedural guidance to the evidentiary issues encountered throughout the trial process, including alternative actions before and during trial; jury selection; and motions and objections relating to direct and cross-examination.

See California Juvenile Courts Practice and Procedure (Matthew Bender) for practical guidance on every aspect of California Dependency and Delinquency Law, along with the complete text of relevant state and federal statutes, codes, rules and regulations.

See Criminal Constitutional Law (Matthew Bender) for substantive discussion, as well as procedural guidelines, on the complex constitutional issues involved in criminal law.
 
 
If you are interested in obtaining a lexis.com® ID and Password, please contact us at 1-(800)-227-4908 or visit us at http://www.lexisnexis.com/.
Search Documents
 
eg., Environmental Insurance Coverage Under the Comprehensive General Liability Policy
 
 
 
 

Lexis® Web - The only search engine that delivers free web content specifically from legal sites validated by LexisNexis® attorney editors and includes tools for faster research and more relevant results.

 
LexisNexis Store
Research Now - Go to lexis.com
Connect the Dots - Free 1 hour webcast
Share. Network. Discover. - Go to LexisNexis Communities