Media and Published Works

Media and Published Works

Jack Zimmermann is a co-author of this comprehensive guide to the civilian and military criminal justice systems.

Now in its Fifth Edition, Criminal Procedure in Practice provides practical guidance for attorneys during each stage of a criminal case -- from the police investigation to issues involving the double jeopardy clause. Authors Jack Zimmermann, Melanie Wilson, and Paul Marcus interpret constitutional principles and case law, and provide commentary that applies to both the prosecution and defense in federal, state, and military courts.

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Attorney Conflict Of Interest

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The Trial of Vicki Daniel

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Defending The White Collar Case

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Super Lawyers Magazine, March 2007.

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Texas Lawyer, September 3, 2007

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U.S. vs. Col. Morris

Army Times December 9, 2002

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'Crackerjack' Is Word for Defense Attorney

Houston Post

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Corporal's Defense Well-Versed

Austin American
Statesman August 17, 1997

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Lawyer Says Marine Fired to Protect Buddy

San Antonio Express-News, July 24, 1997

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Lawyers Accuse FBI of Botching Waco Negotiations at Every Turn

Valley Morning Star, July 26, 1995

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Watkins Says He's Not Guilty of Killing Wife

Athens Daily Review, February 6, 1994

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Lawyers Await Decision by Branch Davidians

Dallas Morning News April 2, 1993

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For Zimmermann, the Sensational Is Normal

Houston Post April 2, 1993

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Houston Lawyers Go Waco

Houston Press April 1, 1993

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Houston Chronicle, August 15, 1987

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David Port Conviction Thrown Out

The Houston Post August 13, 1987

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Death Row Inmate Bowen Freed

The Daily Oklahoman, August 2, 1986

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Latourette Attorney's Motto 'Winning by the Rules'

The Houston Post January 29, 1984

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Hypnotically Enhanced Testimony in the Criminal Trial

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