-- Last revised 12/19/03 --
Review of Criminal Procedures Under Trial Court Unification - Study M-1330
The Commission is studying whether any changes should be made to court
procedures in criminal proceedings, to reflect unification of the trial courts. The Commission
circulated a tentative recommendation on changes to the procedure for the preliminary examination
of felony cases. After reviewing public comments on the tentative recommendation, the Commission
decided against making a final recommendation on the subject. The Commission is not planning any
further action on this study at this time.
If you have questions or comments on this study, send an e-mail to Brian Hebert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tentative Recommendations and Other Requests for Comment
- Tentative Rec. -- Criminal Procedure Under Trial Court Unification (November 2002) -- Comments Due: 3/31/2003
- November 21, 2003 Meeting in Burbank
- June 6, 2003 Meeting in Burbank
- November 7-8, 2002 Meeting in Los Angeles
- July 11-12, 2002 Meeting in Sacramento
- Memo 2003-16 -- Criminal Procedure Under Trial Court Unification: Survey of Attorney Perceptions (10/27/2003)
- Memo 2003-13 -- Criminal Procedure Under Trial Court Unification (Comments on Tentative Recommendation) (5/22/2003)
- Memo 2002-52 -- Criminal Procedure Under Trial Court Unification (Staff Draft Tentative Recommendation) (10/18/2002)
- Memo 2002-30 -- Criminal Procedure Under Trial Court Unification (Consultant's Study) [includes Uelmen study] (6/20/2002)
- Background Study -- California Criminal Procedure and Trial Court Unification; Prof. Gerald F. Uelmen (March 2002)
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