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Federal Criminal Trials by James C Cissell ISBN 13: 9780327049074

ISBN 10: 0327049073

Unknown; Albany, New York, U.s.a.: Lexis Law Pub, 1999-11; ISBN-13: 978-0327049074

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Federal Criminal Trials
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Federal Criminal Trials

by Cissell, James C.

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Fifth Edition
Henderson, Nevada
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Charlottesville, Virginia: Lexis Law Publishing, 1999. Appears unread. Fine condition. Previous owner's ink stamp ("United States Attorney, District of Nevada") on the front pastedown endpaper. All other pages are clean and unmarked. NO underlining. NO highlighting. NO margin notes. Clear plastic pouch at the end (for supplements?) is empty. Bound in the original black leatherette stamped in bright gold over red panels on the spine and front cover. . Fifth Edition. Hardcover. Fine condition/No dust jacket, as issued. 8vo. xxv, 762pp. [787 total pages]. Great Packaging, Fast Shipping.
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