||North Carolina Defender Manual, Volume Two, Trial, Second Edition
View this manual, a reference in the School’s Indigent Defense Manual Series, free of charge at defendermanuals.sog.unc.edu.
Volume Two of the North Carolina Defender Manual is a resource for public defenders and appointed counsel who represent poor people accused of crimes. The book focuses primarily on criminal procedure at the trial stage. Fifteen chapters cover a variety of topics such as:
This manual is also useful to others who work in the court system and who need a reference source on the law. It replaces the first edition dated 2002-2005.
- personal rights of the defendant,
- selection of the jury,
- opening and closing arguments,
- witnesses, and
- appeals, post-conviction litigation, and writs.
For information about Volume One, Pretrial, click here.
||Second Edition, 2012 |
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||Julie Ramseur Lewis|