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Book Review: Suppressing Criminal Evidence
By Tony Bornstein
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Suppressing Criminal Evidence
By Deja Vishny
James Publishing (2016)
Deja Vishny has written an indispensable guide to litigating motions to suppress evidence. Her new book, Suppressing Criminal Evidence, is a superb manual on challenging searches and seizures of physical evidence as well as statements and confessions. Most NACDL members are familiar with the author, who lectures widely to our association, teaches at NCDC and writes for The Champion.
Recalling my early days as a public defender, I had little idea how to translate my command of case law into successful pretrial motion practice. Oh, do I wish this book had been available then! While her book is geared to all levels of experience, it is indispensable to those new and newer to criminal defense. I’m now more than 30 years into this field, and found it very informative. Vishny’s expert advice will be invaluable to all who practice criminal defense, including seasoned lawyers handling major felony cases
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