The Essential Supreme Court Cases: The 200 Most Important Cases for State Prisoners.
by Ivan Denison
The 200 Most Important Cases for State Prisoners. Ivan Denison, author of Flipping Your Conviction (2013) and Flipping Your Habe (2014), has collected the 200 U.S. Supreme Court cases containing the most important issues for state prisoners. The selected cases focus on criminal defense, ineffective assistance of counsel, post-conviction remedies, 2254 habeas corpus, 1983 civil litigation and prisoners' rights. The ten cases most frequently requested by state prisoners are printed in full; all others have been carefully edited to highlight the most relevant sections. From U.S. v Blockburger (1932) to Holt v Hobbs (2015), these cases are made easy to understand. Critical sections of the Opinions are printed verbatim, for accurate citation when writing legal briefs. A working knowledge of all 200 cases is indispensable for any legal advocate - attorney, law student, jailhouse lawyer, or pro se prisoner - as a foundation for applying Supreme Court precedent to state prisoners' legal issues. This reference is a tool that a litigant will reach for frequently. Printed as softcover, 81/2 by 11, over 300 pages, The Essential Supreme Court Cases can be mailed into any jail or prison. At ten cents per case, this reference work is a true bargain
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The Essential Supreme Court Cases:
- Paperback: 340 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 20, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1512179256
- ISBN-13: 978-1512179255
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.8 x 11 inches