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general/Criminal Law

Liability of banks receiving money in a wire fraud scheme

By Joshua J. Borger

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Impeachment of a witness with prior acts

By Gregg L. Prickett, Alex Ricciardulli


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Security concerns in the courtroom

By Jacqueline A. Connor

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The CFAA and the ‘inside hacker’ problem

By Nimrod Haim Aviad, Janet I. Levine

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Criminal competency in California courts

By Chris Honigsberg

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Controlling the Courtroom

By Jacqueline A. Connor

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Brady disclosures

By Elia V. Pirozzi

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Penal Code Section 17 reductions

By Hank M. Goldberg

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The admissible record of conviction

By Gale E. Kaneshiro

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Doubting mental competence

By Garrett L. Wong

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Admissibility of statements decision tree

By Elia V. Pirozzi

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Instructing on lesser crimes and unanimity

By Henry J. Hall

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Criminal Law: Victim Restitution

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Plea Bargaining Demystified


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