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Practice Commentaries--Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (FRCrP) is the third volume in NITA's Practice Commentaries series. The series is derived from commentaries first written for electronic distribution on LEXIS and as part of the printed and CD version of LEXIS' United States Code Service. The first two books in the series are Practice Commentaries-FRCP and Practice Commentaries-FRE. All books in the series combine the Federal Rules with a practical analysis of how to use these rules to develop a winning courtroom strategy.
The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure are printed in their entirety. Each rule is followed by a commentary explaining the impact and nuances of the rule on criminal trials, including the major impact of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines during trial and pretrial procedures.
The authors bring their own perceptions and styles to the commentaries, and present useful views of the rules. The commentaries generally address issues from the defense side of the bar, but the issues they raise and the observations they make are of value to prosecutors and defense attorneys alike.
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Louis M. Natali is Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he teaches courses in death penalty, litigation, criminal law, evidence, professional responsibility, interviewing, negotiating, and counseling.
Inga L. Parsons is acting assistant professor of Clinical Law at NYU School of Law and the co-supervisor of the New York University Federal Defender Clinic.
Steven M. Statsinger is a staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society, Federal Defender division SDNY. He is also an adjunct associate professor of paralegal studies at New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies in the Department of Finance, Law and Taxation.
Susan C. Wolfe is a partner with Hoffman, Pollok & Pickholz. She has been practicing criminal defense in the state federal courts in New York City for over fifteen years. Ms. Wolfe and her firm handle high profile white-collar criminal cases, particularly in the securities field.
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