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  1. 42 U.S.C. § 1983
  2. 42 U.S.C. § 1997e
  3. ABA Ten Principles Of a Public Defense Delivery System
  4. ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Charter
  5. ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission of Human Rights Terms of Reference
  6. Access to Client (Zimbabwe)
  7. Accomplice Liability
  8. Accomplice evidence (Zimbabwe)
  9. Actors in the Criminal Justice System
  10. Actors in the Criminal Justice System/es
  11. Actus Reus (Voluntary Act)
  12. Addresses at conclusion of defence case (Zimbabwe)
  13. Adjournments (Zimbabwe)
  14. Administrative Detention
  15. Advice on Statement to the Police (Zimbabwe)
  16. Afghanistan
  17. African Charter on Human and Peoples'Rights
  18. African Charter on Human and Peoples'Rights/fr
  19. African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights
  20. African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
  21. Aggravated features (Zimbabwe)
  22. Albania
  23. Alemania
  24. Algeria
  25. Alibi
  26. Alteration of judgment (Zimbabwe)
  27. Amendments to the Constitution of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
  28. American Bar Association Code of Judicial Conduct
  29. American Bar Association Code of Judicial Conduct - Application
  30. American Bar Association Code of Judicial Conduct - Preamble
  31. American Bar Association Code of Judicial Conduct - Scope
  32. American Bar Association Model Rules of PRofessional Conduct - Commission on Evaluation of Professional Standards Chair's Introduction
  33. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct
  34. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Preamble and Scope
  35. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Preface
  36. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.0. Terminology
  37. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.1. Competence
  38. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.10. Imputation of Conflicts of Interest: General Rule
  39. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.11. Special Conflicts of Interest for Former and Current Government Officers and Employees
  40. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.12. Former Judge, Arbitrator, Mediator or Other Third-Party Neutral
  41. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.13. Organization as Client
  42. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.14. Client with Diminished Capacity
  43. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.15. Safekeeping Property
  44. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.16. Declining or Terminating Representation
  45. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.17. Sale of Law Practice
  46. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.18. Duties to Prospective Client
  47. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.2. Scope of Representation and Allocation of Authority Between Client and Lawyer
  48. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.3. Diligence
  49. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.4. Communications
  50. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.5. Fees
  51. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.6. Confidentiality of Information
  52. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.7. Conflict of Interest: Current Clients
  53. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.8. Conflict of Interest: Current Clients: Specific Rules
  54. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 1.9. Duties to Former Clients
  55. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 2.1. Advisor
  56. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 2.3. Evaluation for Use by Third Persons
  57. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 2.4. Lawyer Serving as Third-Party Neutral
  58. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.1. Meritorious Claims and Contentions
  59. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.2. Expediting Litigation
  60. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.3. Candor toward the Tribunal
  61. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.4. Fairness to Opposing Party and Counsel
  62. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.5. Impartiality and Decorum of the Tribunal
  63. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.6. Trial Publicity
  64. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.7. Lawyer as Witness
  65. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.8. Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor
  66. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.9. Advocate in Nonadjudicative Proceedings
  67. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 4.1. Truthfulness in Statements to Others
  68. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 4.2. Communication with Person Represented by Counsel
  69. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 4.3. Dealing with Unrepresented Person
  70. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 4.4. Respect for Rights of Third Persons
  71. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.1. Responsibilities of a Partner or Supervisory Lawyer
  72. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.2. Responsibilities of a Subordinate Lawyer
  73. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.3. Responsibilities Regarding Nonlawyer Assistant
  74. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.4. Professional Independence of a Lawyer
  75. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.5. Unauthorized Practice of Law; Multijurisdictional Practice of Law
  76. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.6. Restrictions on Rights to Practice
  77. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 5.7. Responsibilities Regarding Law-related Services
  78. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 6.1. Voluntary Pro Bono Publico Service
  79. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 6.2. Accepting Appointments
  80. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 6.3. Membership in Legal Services Organization
  81. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 6.4. Law Reform Activities Affecting Client Interests
  82. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 6.5. Nonprofit and Court Annexed Limited Legal Services Programs
  83. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.1. Communication Concerning a Lawyer's Services
  84. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.2. Advertising
  85. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.3. Direct Contact with Prospective Clients
  86. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.4. Communication of Fields of Practice and Specialization
  87. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.5. Firm Names and Letterhead
  88. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 7.6. Political Contributions to Obtain Legal Engagements or Appointments by Judges
  89. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 8.1. Bar Admission and Disciplinary Matters
  90. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 8.2. Judicial and Legal Officials
  91. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 8.3. Reporting Professional Misconduct
  92. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 8.4. Misconduct
  93. American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 8.5. Disciplinary Authority; Choice of Law
  94. American Bar Association Standards of Criminal Justice Relating to Prosecution Function
  95. American Convention on Human Rights
  96. American Declaration on the rights and duties of man
  97. Amount of Bail (Zimbabwe)
  98. Angola
  99. Appeals
  100. Appeals/es
  101. Appeals/fr
  102. Application in High Court (Zimbabwe)
  103. Application in Magistrates Court (Zimbabwe)
  104. Arab Charter on Human Rights
  105. Arabia Saudí
  106. Argentina
  107. Argentina/es
  108. Argentina/fr
  109. Arizona:Victim's Bill of Rights
  110. Arraignment
  111. Arrest
  112. Arrest/es
  113. Arson
  114. Ascertaining the Charge (Zimbabwe)
  115. Assault
  116. Attempt
  117. Attendance of accused (Zimbabwe)
  118. Attitude of Attorney- General (Zimbabwe)
  119. Attorney-Client Privilege
  120. Audio and video tape recordings (Zimbabwe)
  121. Australia
  122. Austria
  123. Austria/es
  124. Austria/fr
  125. Azerbaijan
  126. Azerbaijan/es
  127. Azerbaiyán
  128. Bail
  129. Bail/fr
  130. Bail Pending Appeal (Zimbabwe)
  131. Bail Pending Trial (Zimbabwe)
  132. Ballistics
  133. Bangladesh
  134. Bar Association Rules of Professional Conduct - Turkey
  135. Basic Legal Rights in Kenya
  136. Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners
  137. Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners/fr
  138. Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers
  139. Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers/fr
  140. Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials
  141. Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials/fr
  142. Battery
  143. Belarus
  144. Belgium
  145. Belize
  146. Benin
  147. Bias of judicial officer (Zimbabwe)
  148. Bifurcated Proceedings
  149. Bloodstain Analysis
  150. Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any Form of Detention or Imprisonment
  151. Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any Form of Detention or Imprisonment/fr
  152. Bolivia
  153. Bolivia/es
  154. Booking
  155. Botswana
  156. Brady Material
  157. Brasil
  158. Brazil
  159. Brazil/pt
  160. Brown v. Mississippi, 297 U.S. 278 (1936)
  161. Brunei
  162. Brunei/es
  163. Brunéi
  164. Bulgaria
  165. Burkina Faso
  166. Burundi
  167. Burundi/es
  168. Burundi/fr
  169. Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam
  170. California:Victim's Bill of Rights
  171. Calling accused to give evidence (Zimbabwe)
  172. Calling of witnesses (Zimbabwe)
  173. Calling of witnesses by defence (Zimbabwe)
  174. Cambodia
  175. Cambodia/es
  176. Camboya
  177. Cameroon
  178. Cameroon/es
  179. Cameroon/fr
  180. Camerun
  181. Canada
  182. Canada/es
  183. Canada:Victim's Bill of Rights
  184. Canada:Victim's Bill of Rights/fr
  185. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  186. Canadá
  187. Cancelation and Forfeiture of bail (Zimbabwe)
  188. Causes of Wrongful Convictions
  189. Causes of Wrongful Convictions/es
  190. Causes of Wrongful Convictions/fr
  191. Chad
  192. Chain of Custody
  193. Challenge to admissibility of statements made by accused (Zimbabwe)
  194. Change of Plea after verdict but before Sentence (Zimbabwe)
  195. Change of plea after conviction (Zimbabwe)
  196. Change of plea after verdict and sentence (Zimbabwe)
  197. Change of plea before verdict (Zimbabwe)
  198. Character Evidence
  199. Charge (Zimbabwe)
  200. Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
  201. Chile
  202. Chile/es
  203. China
  204. China/es
  205. China/zh
  206. China - Law on Lawyers and Legal Representation
  207. China Criminal Defense Manual - Cases Involving a Possible Death Penalty
  208. China Criminal Defense Manual - Cases Involving a Possible Death Penalty/zh
  209. China Criminal Defense Manual - Developing a Defense for Trial
  210. China Criminal Defense Manual - Developing a Defense for Trial/zh
  211. China Criminal Defense Manual - Motions
  212. China Criminal Defense Manual - Pretrial Preparation
  213. China Criminal Defense Manual - Pretrial Preparation/zh
  214. China Criminal Defense Manual - Questioning the Witness
  215. China Criminal Defense Manual - Questioning the Witness/zh
  216. China Criminal Defense Manual - Special Considerations in Juvenile Cases
  217. China Criminal Defense Manual - Special Considerations in Juvenile Cases/zh
  218. Chinese-English Legal Lexicon
  219. Chinese Law Primer
  220. Circumstantial evidence (Zimbabwe)
  221. Civil Action
  222. Civil Action/es
  223. Clemency
  224. Client Interviews
  225. Client Interviews/ar
  226. Client Interviews/es
  227. Client Interviews/fr
  228. Clients Held in Custody By Police (Zimbabwe)
  229. Closing Statements
  230. Closing Statements/es
  231. Code Pénal du Burundi (Burundi Penal Code)
  232. Code Pénal du Rwanda (Rwandan Penal Code)
  233. Code de Procédure Pénale du Burundi (Burundi Criminal Procedure Code)
  234. Code de Procédure Pénale du Bénin (Bénin Criminal Procedure Code)
  235. Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials
  236. Code of Criminal Procedure-Rwanda
  237. Colombia
  238. Colombia/es
  239. Colorado v. Connelly, 479 U.S. 157 (1987)
  240. Common Article 3 of the four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and Additional Protocols I and II
  241. Common Objections at Trial
  242. Community Service
  243. Comoros
  244. Competency to Testify
  245. Competent Verdicts (Zimbabwe)
  246. Complainant evidence in sexual cases (Zimbabwe)
  247. Concurrent sentence
  248. Conditions attached to bail (Zimbabwe)
  249. Conditions of Confinement
  250. Conditions of Confinement/es

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