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This book is an updated, expanded and restructured edition of the 3002 title, Proving Federal Crimes. This title is regarded as a treatise on the American criminal justice system.
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I was a federal agent for 30 years. If only a book like this existed when I was making cases my job would have been easier and I would have been far more effective. Mr. Nissman has done agents and lawyers a great public service with this book. Robert H. Burch, President, Corpus Juris Publishing Co. Peter Anderson, law enforcement agent: NEWSFLASH-Federal Agent willing to spend personal money! "I have been in Criminal Law Enforcement investigations for almost thirty years. I have graduated from every conceivable class except Lamaze at both FLETC's (Georgia & New Mexico). This is the first book that I would be willing to spend my own money on because it saves me what is fast becoming my most valuable commodity, time. Takes agents and lawyers through the whole criminal process from the start of the investigation to the end of trial. Its all here. Convoys travel at the speed of the slowest boat and God knows that we have some glacial Federal Agents. They desperately need this. Worker Bee's will be able to get the job done both faster and better with this book. Trainers will do their job better. It's as simple as that." Jim Peters, Attorney "Presents complex issues in a straightforward manner that will be as useful to agents in the field as it is to attorneys in the courtroom."
Treston Moore Defense attorney & former law professor "A must have for all litigators."From the Author:
The Department of Justice released the book to the public many years ago. For a long time I harbored a secret desire to bring it back to life for my colleagues. Working on my own time, the Department of Justice has graciously allowed me to create my own commercial version of this book. Since there is an abundance of high quality material already in the public domain that lawyers, agents, and judges have metuculously, researched, debated, and created, I believe that the best federal trial book should draw heavily from these treatises. I have assembled this public domain material from the Federal Judicial Center, the FBI, the Secret Service, the Federal Defenders' publications, and from the United States Attorneys' Manual and the United States Attorneys' Bulletin. While I have written much of this book, many others have made contributions, and I view my principal role as the compiler of the best material in the public domain by the best and brightest lawyers, judges, and agents of our day. While Proving Federal Crimes relies on many official texts, it is important to point out that to the extent that any views are expressed herein, they are not those of the Department of Justice.
It's really important to have a source of information that prosecutors, agents, defense attorneys, and judges can all use to resolve issues. Hopefully, this new edition of PFC provides a blue print of all aspects of the criminal justice system from structuring the investigation all the way to post trial proceedings.
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