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There are a number of resources available to research criminal procedure laws in both New York state and federal courts. In addition to general treatises and practice guides, there are titles devoted to evidence, pre-trial issues, and expert witnesses. To search in the library catalog for additional or related titles, try using some of the keyword searches below:
- criminal evidence
- search and seizure New York
- New York pre-trial
- criminal expert
- criminal discovery
New York Criminal Trial Resources
General Criminal Trial Resources
Criminal Procedure Handbook (Westlaw)
This database analyzes more than 3,700 decisions relating to criminal procedure. Includes all the noteworthy federal and state decisions of the past year. While emphasis is placed on Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment law, also contains in-depth coverage of cases involving pretrial matters, guilty pleas, trials, evidence, sentencing, appeals, post-conviction proceedings, juries, and habeas corpus.
Federal Criminal Trial Resources