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For those who are not fluent in the language of the jurisdiction which is the subject of their study, one of the challenges in doing a comparative study of laws from foreign jurisdictions is finding the relevant codes and cases in translation. This guide includes guidance on locating primary law and secondary sources on the topic.
This guide was written primarily for the use of students in Prof. Lissa Griffin's Law 614 Comparative Criminal Procedure Seminar.
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Comparative Criminal Procedure
This guide from the University of Chicago D'Angelo Law Library is a "guide to English-language resources on comparative criminal procedure." This guide includes groups of materials on particular subtopics in the area of criminal procedure, such as juries and sentencing & plea bargaining.
Comparative Law II: Criminal Procedure
This research guide from the SMU Dedman School of Law was written for use with a specific course on Comparative Criminal Law.
Comparative Criminal Procedure: A Select Bibliography
This is the December 2016 update of Lyonette Louis-Jacques' research guide on Comparative Criminal Procedure.
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