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In this series of lectures, Professor Ron Wright explains the critical concepts and pivotal historical moments in the development of Criminal Procedure, the body of law that shapes the collection of evidence and proof of alleged crimes in the courts of the United States. Ron Wright is the Needham Gulley Professor of Criminal Law at Wake Forest University. Before joining the faculty, he worked as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, prosecuting white-collar criminal cases.Produced by students.

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In this series of lectures, Professor Ron Wright explains the critical concepts and pivotal historical moments in the development of Criminal Procedure, the body of law that shapes the collection of evidence and proof of alleged crimes in the courts of the United States. Ron Wright is the Needham Gulley Professor of Criminal Law at Wake Forest University. Before joining the faculty, he worked as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, prosecuting white-collar criminal cases.Produced by students.

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