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I'm currently in what is essentially "Crim Pro II" - Adjudications - which covers basically everything that comes after what's covered in the standard CrimPro I: arrest; charging decisions; grand juries; pre-trial motions and discovery; trial; sentencing; appeal. I study the best by doing past exams and quiz-type things but my normal sources (prof's past exams; Quimbee; CALI) have left me high and dry. Anyone know where I could find some practice materials for such a course?
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