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by Steven Emanuel




Download Criminal Procedure epub
ISBN: 0735534314
ISBN13: 978-0735534315
Category: Law
Subcategory: Business
Author: Steven Emanuel
Language: English
Publisher: Emanuel Pub Corp; 23rd edition (November 2002)
Pages: 406 pages
ePUB size: 1349 kb
FB2 size: 1148 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 923
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DEAD-SHOT
First and foremost, the fact that this title was available on Kindle made this even more useful than I had originally thought. By using the Kindle for PC app, I was able to keep CrunchTime open on my computer and follow along with the professor's topic for the day during class. CrunchTime boils the topics down to exactly what you need to know for the exam and focuses on the black letter law, making it invaluable not only for exam prep, but also for periodic reviews. Also, the examples they use to illustrate the law are usually condensed versions of cases you're reading for class, which is really helpful in connecting the reading to the rule you're supposed to pull from it. The book is filled with practice questions, both short answer and full-length exams. Also included are some very helpful flowcharts that can really simplify some topics, such as voluntary confessions, that otherwise could have your head spinning for weeks otherwise. Overall, absolutely worth the price, particularly the discounted kindle version.
Irostamore
Great that this is available on Kindle - with the huge and numerous law school books available. The crunch time series is organized carefully and with the link system within the kindle book - jumping from section to section based upon the subject of law was easy an fast. This feature is only available in the electronic form. Also was GREAT using the kindle form on my IPAD!
Light out of Fildon
My first semester I went without any sort of study aids - huge mistake! After reading the Crunch Time for each topic this semester I felt way better prepared than after having read & briefed every case first semester/attended every class/used outside expert materials/treatises. This series breaks the topic down in plain English & gives you flow charts which make it much easier (for me at least) to understand how to analyze problems on exams!!
inetserfer
I bought CrunchTime for any class in law school I felt uncertain in, and I was always very pleased with them. They are obviously no substitute for your class, but if you're worried at the last minute before the exam they do offer a pretty clear overview of the general information you need to pass the final.
Malogamand
I have read over some of this book and it is full of interesting information. Good choice for me that is for sure
Wishamac
Great review questions based on topic, short questions were helpful for preparing for a multiple choice exam. Would use again.
Nekora
In addition to my previous review regarding the lengh of time it took to get the book, I was sent a used book. When I emailed the seller, it was insulting to be asked how I knew the book was used. Apparently, they checked the book before shipping and considered it "new". Why would they need to check a book that's new? In addition, the book was purchased at St. Thomas Univ., located in the city where I live. I would assume that the book was purchased from a St. Thomas University Law school student so how could it possibly be considered new? Besides that, the hightlights and writing are extremely visible. In all fairness, the seller offered to refund what I paid plus reasonable shipping costs. I am in law school. I work full time. I have a child. Ordering on the internet is easy. Finding time to run to the post office, not so easy. In any event, because I've had the book for awhile now, I'll keep it. So to the seller, even though you did not treat me, as your customer, with any honesty, I will do the right thing and keep the USED book you sent me. Buyer beware!!!
These are called "supplements" because they are not textbooks. These supplements bring it down to an easy to read format.Read them before textbooks to get an idea what the lofty editor wants you to learn. Think of them as good Cliff notes for casebooks.