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Discovery - Bibliography

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American Bar Association. Standards Relating to Discovery and Procedure before Trial. Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1969.

——. Standards Relating to Discovery and Procedure before Trial, Supplement. Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1970.

——. "Discovery and Procedure before Trial." In Standards Relating to the Administration of Justice, vol. 2, 11–1 to 11–94. 2d ed., Boston: Little, Brown, 1980.

——. Standards for Criminal Justice: Discovery and Trial by Jury, 3d ed. Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1996.

BRENNAN, WILLIAM J., JR. "The Criminal Prosecution: Sporting Event or Quest for Truth?" Washington University Law Quarterly no. 3 (June 1963): 279–295.

IMWINKELRIED, EDWARD J. "The Applicability of the Attorney-Client Privilege to Non-Testifying Experts: Reestablishing the Boundaries between the Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Protection." Washington University Law Quarterly 68 (1990): 19–50.

LAFAVE, WAYNE R., and ISRAEL, JEROLD H. Criminal Procedure, 2d ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co, 1992.

LOUISELL, DAVID W. "Criminal Discovery and Self-Incrimination: Roger Traynor Confronts the Dilemma." California Law Review 53 (1965): 89–102.

MOSTELLER, ROBERT P. "Discovery against the Defense: Tilting the Adversarial Balance." California Law Review 74 (1986): 1567–1685.

TRAYNOR, ROGER J. "Ground Lost and Found in Criminal Discovery." New York University Law Review 39 (1964): 228–250.

VAN KESSEL, GORDON. "Prosecutorial Discovery and the Privilege against Self-Incrimination: Accommodation or Capitulation." Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 4, no. 4 (Fall 1977): 855–900.

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