Appendix

CRIMINAL DEFENDANT’S HANDBOOK – Order Now!

A. Pre-Trial Motions and Judicial Notices

  • Notice of Motion
  • Motion to Proceed Pro se
  • Motion for Bill of Particulars
  • Motion to Strike Surplusage
  • Motion to Inspect Grand Jury Minutes
  • Motion for Substitute Counsel
  • Motion to Dismiss (with or without prejudice)
  • Insufficiency of Indictment
  • Failure to State an Offense
  • Lack of Jurisdiction (personal, subject matter or territorial)
  • Lack of Venue
  • Speedy Trial Act Violation
  • Motion to Suppress Evidence
  • Motion to Produce Exculpatory Evidence
  • Motion for Exclusion In Limine

B. Trial Motions

  • Motion for Jencks Act Statements
  • Motion for Exclusion In Limine
  • Motion for Judgment of Acquittal
  • Motion for Mistrial

C. Memorandum of Law

  • Memorandum in Support of
  • Motion to Proceed Pro se (See, §5A, §5B, §5C, §5D and §6A)
  • Motion for Bill of Particulars (See, §2C and §6A)
  • Motion for Substitute Counsel (See, §4C §4B §4A)
  • Motion to Dismiss for Speedy Trial Act Violation (See, §2D and §6A)
  • Motion to Suppress Evidence (See, §6B §6C and §6A)
  • Motion to Produce Exculpatory Evidence (See, §6B and §6A)
  • Motion for Exclusion in Limine (See, §6B)
  • Motion for Jencks Act Statements (See, 8C)
  • Memorandum of Plea Agreement (See, §7)
  • Sentencing Memorandum (See, §14)
  • Memorandum in Support of 28 U.S.C. §2255 Motion (See, §17)

D. Post-Trial Motions

  • Motion for Judgment of Acquittal (See, §9)
  • Motion for Arrest of Judgment (See, §9)
  • Motion for New Trial (See, §10)

E. Pre-Sentencing Motions

  • Response to Draft Pre-Sentence Report
  • With Corrections, Character References and Letter of Acceptance
  • Motion for Evidentiary Hearing (to develops claims)
  • Motion for Withdrawal of Guilty Plea (See, §11)
  • Motion for Claim of Prosecutorial Misconduct (See, §13)
  • Motion for Claim of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (See, §12 and §4)

F. Post-Conviction Motions and Petitions

  • Motion to Vacate, Set Aside or Correct A Sentence (See, §17)
  • Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §2255
  • Motion for Evidentiary Hearing for
  • Claim of Prosecutorial Misconduct
  • Claim of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
  • Petition for Writ of Habeas, Corpus (See, §18)
  • Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §2241 and All Writs Act
  • Petition for Writ of Coram Nobis (See, §19)

G. Direct Appeal Briefs (See, §15 and §16)

  • Denial of Bail (if bail is denied by district court)
  • Interlocutory Issues (during trial)
  • Writ of Mandamus (See, §16H and §16G)
  • Anders Brief (no merits for appeal)
  • Meritorious Issues (preserved pre-trial and during trial)
  • Direct Appeal Brief

H. Civil Rights Actions (See, §3F)

  • Bivens Action
  • Pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §1983
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