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The Procurement and Presentation of Compulsory Process and Confrontation

By Lederer, Frederic I., Major

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Title: The Procurement and Presentation of Compulsory Process and Confrontation  
Author: Lederer, Frederic I., Major
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Armed Forces, Military law
Collections: Military Law Review
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Publisher: Government Publication

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I. Ledere, M. F. (n.d.). The Procurement and Presentation of Compulsory Process and Confrontation. Retrieved from http://www.nationalpubliclibrary.com/


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Military Law Review

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Excerpt: Information on Procurement of Evidence and The Burdens of Proof and Production.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Procurement and Presentation of Evidence in Courts-Martial: Compulsory Process and Confrontation, The Colonel Francis A. Gilligan and Major Frederic I. Lederer ............................... 1 Admissibility of Illegally Obtained Evidence: American and Foreign Approaches Compared, The Captain Stephen J. Kaczynski ........................... 83 Index for Vol. s 97 through 101 ........................... 167

 

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