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Statutes relating to criminal law and criminal procedure exist at both the federal and state levels.
Some useful electronic sources of statutory and legislative materials are linked below. For more information on federal legislative research, including federal legislative history, see Chapter 5 and Chapter 10 of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library Guide to Legal Research. For more information on state legislative research, including Maryland legislative history, see Chapter 9 of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library Guide to Legal Research.
For more information on researching Maryland administrative law, see Chapter 9 of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library Guide to Legal Research.
For more information on researching federal administrative law, see Chapter 6 and Chapter 10 of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library Guide to Legal Research.
Handbooks, guides, manuals, sample forms and other secondary materials provide an overview of criminal procedure and pre-trial practice. The following is a brief list of some secondary practice materials available in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library. For additional practice materials, please check the library's Catalog, as well as Lexis and Westlaw.
Discovery - Maryland
Evidence - Maryland
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