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HELP! criminal procedure techniques

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1 HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:01 pm

euphoria


Arresto Menor
Hi, fellow students I would like to ask if you do have any advise on how to deal with criminal procedure because eventhough I did study hard for the said subject I always fail to please my professor in answering the questions. Is there any book aside from pamaran that is good to read or any advise? I am addressing this not just to my fellow students but lawyers as well. Thanks

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2 Re: HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Tue Jul 19, 2011 12:16 am

mmmgk


Arresto Menor
hi... i suggest that you first memorize the rules on criminal procedures by heart...
then read pamaran book(so u can understand the codal provisions), refer also to the book of dean riano on criminal procedures (yes, meron syang crimpro na book - bago lang) =)

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3 Re: HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Tue Jul 19, 2011 12:18 am

mmmgk


Arresto Menor
you may also check www.scribd.com and download crimpro lectures, notes and other materials that are also helpful.

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4 Re: HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:59 am

euphoria


Arresto Menor
Okay thanks, i did memorize nman eh ewan ko ba sa prof na yun. Anyways i did consult other materials n for reference din. Hopefully okay na yung next recit. Thanks Smile

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5 Re: HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:59 am

drumbeater79


Arresto Menor
Try the book of Dela Banda and Suarez sa Central Bookstore. It's a good choice:)

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6 Re: HELP! criminal procedure techniques on Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:36 pm

myst01


Arresto Mayor
hello,

I think the problem is not with the review materials you use, or something like that; the rules does not change no matter what book you read, unless it was amended or changed by the SC.
Crim pro is not a matter of memorization but application rather. Don't just focus on one rule when answering the question, try to think of other applicable rules in coming up with the answer.
Just be confident ok?
hope this helps......

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