• Criminal Procedure

  • Perfect Study Tool for Every Law Student & Practicing Attorney
  • By: Benjamin Morton
  • Narrated by: Deaver Brown
  • Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 17-12-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simply Media
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)

Summary

This three-hour audiobook will let you learn and review the core elements of criminal procedure, which apply in most states and local districts, as well. Morton covers the eight important areas: the fourth amendment, statesments, confessions, identifications, pretrial procedure, the sixth amendment, post trial, prisoner and juvenile rights, double jeopardy, and procedural considerations, and the criminal defendant. A must-listen for every law student, lawyer, and people interested in the law or involved in legal cases.
©2013 Benjamin Morton (P)2013 Benjamin Morton
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1 out of 5 stars
By jonathan on 18-04-15

Terrible listen, possibly wrong

What disappointed you about Criminal Procedure?

This is an outline, written with no thought whatsoever given to the fact that it would be read aloud. Imagine passages like this "Five. For a discussion of whether suspects have R-E-P in car containers, see section 1.3.2.a supra." Godawful. This would be a bad outline in text format, it is a crime in audio.

Would you be willing to try another one of Deaver Brown’s performances?

No. This should not really be called a performance, so much as reading into a laptop in Deaver's house, apparently, based on background noise. He should have had someone edit his reading to fix obvious errors, like reading the wrong word in a sentence, and then continuing on like nothing had happened. Very distracting. He also should have learned the difference between words like "peremptory" and "preemptory," This is like an advertisement for Sum and Substance, what an awful performance.

Any additional comments?

There are different interpretations of law, but several statements in the outline are directly contradictory to statements made in crim pro class at law school, and in textbooks from well known authors.. The law may have changed since publication, or, given the competence of the rest of the production, the author has the law wrong.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ian McAlexander on 16-07-15

Good Beginning Information

What did you like best about Criminal Procedure? What did you like least?

This book was very informative and translated well to an audible.

Would you recommend Criminal Procedure to your friends? Why or why not?

IF you are a beginning law student or someone interested in law this is a good listen.

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