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  1. Clearly and conveniently sets forth concise summaries of the material elements, section numbers and penalties of the most important and commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Pennsylvania.

  2. Features concise, practical strategies, procedures and checklists for law enforcement professionals related to offense detection, investigation, arrest, interrogation, and successful trial presentation.

  3. Georgia’s most often used criminal and traffic laws are broken down into their material elements for easy application and reference.

  4. Select Definitions, Summaries, and Penalties for the Professional in the Field

  5. Details the basic elements required to prove every substantive crime as defined by the Michigan criminal code.

  6. Clearly and concisely presents concise summaries of the material elements, section numbers and penalties of the most important and commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Arizona.

  7. Clearly and concisely presents summaries of the material elements, section numbers and penalties of the most important and commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of California.

  8. What’s new in the 2020 Edition of the New Jersey Field Guide:
     Sexual assault has been expended to cover any teaching staff member, substitute teacher, school bus
    driver, or other school employee or volunteer who engages in sexual conduct with a pupil at least 18 but
    less than 22 years old who has not received a high school diploma. P.L.2019, c.108.
     To reduce 1st-degree Kidnapping to 2nd degree, it must be “the actor” in the kidnapping — not a police
    officer, not a bystander, and not the victim himself — who releases the victim “unharmed and in a safe
    place prior to apprehension.” State v. Cuff.
     Crime of Terrorism has been expanded to include persons who commit certain crimes to influence or
    incite an act of terror against an individual or a group based on their actual or perceived race, religion,
    color, national origin, affectional or sexual orientation, sex, gender identity or expression, disability,
    creed, or any other protected characteristic. P.L.2019, c.351.
     The Crime of Aiding Suicide has been amended to allow for use of the all-new “Medical Aid in Dying for
    the Terminally Ill Act.” P.L.2019, c.59.
     The crimes triggering a violation of Certain Persons Not to Have Weapons have been significantly
    expanded, and now incorporates ammunition. P.L.2019, c.165.
     Prohibited Weapons and Devices now includes firearms without a serial number. P.L.2019, c.165.
     Performance standards and qualifying criteria for “personalized handguns,” also known as “smart guns”
    and “child-proof guns,” have been added to Title 2C. P.L.2019, c.164.
     It is now a third-degree crime for anyone to possess, buy, sell, transfer, or manufacture “animal fighting
    paraphernalia” for the purpose of facilitating dog fighting or baiting. P.L.2019, c.223.
     Numerous provisions in Title 2C and Title 39 (including DWI) have been amended to adjust or eliminate
    mandatory driver’s license suspensions for certain non-moving violations or drug-related criminal
    convictions. P.L.2019, c.276.

  9. Clearly and concisely presents the material elements, section numbers and penalties for commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Florida.

  10. Clearly and concisely presents the material elements, section numbers and penalties for commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Florida.

  11. Clearly and conveniently sets forth concise summaries of the material elements, section numbers and penalties of the most important and commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Illinois.

  12. Ohio’s most-often used criminal and traffic laws are broken down into their material elements for easy application and reference.

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