2020 Georgia Code
Title 17 - Criminal Procedure


Cross references.

- Habeas corpus generally, T. 9, C. 14.

Apprehension, detention, disposition, and treatment of delinquent minors, T. 15, C. 11.

Nonadmissibility in rape prosecution of complainant's past sexual behavior, § 24-4-412.

Institution and prosecution of criminal proceedings involving property of Department of Transportation, § 32-1-4 et seq.

Georgia Code of Military Justice, § 38-2-320 et seq.

Law reviews.

- For article critically analyzing the omnibus hearing as a pretrial procedure, see 28 Mercer L. Rev. 329 (1976). For annual survey of criminal law and procedure, see 39 Mercer L. Rev. 127 (1987). For annual survey on criminal law and procedure, see 42 Mercer L. Rev. 141 (1990). For annual survey article on criminal law and procedure, see 45 Mercer L. Rev. 135 (1993). For annual survey article on criminal law and procedure, see 46 Mercer L. Rev. 153 (1994). For annual survey discussing developments in criminal law, see 51 Mercer L. Rev. 209 (1999). For annual survey article discussing developments in criminal law, see 52 Mercer L. Rev. 167 (2000). For article, "Conditional Rules in Criminal Procedure: Alice in Wonderland Meets the Constitution," see 26 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 417 (2010). For article, "The Political Economy of Criminal Procedure Litigation," see 45 Ga. L. Rev. 721 (2011). For article, "Criminal Law as Family Law," see 33 Georgia St. U.L. Rev. 285 (2017). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: Garbage In, Garbage Out: Revising Strickland as Applied to Forensic Science Evidence," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 893 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: The First Amendment Case for Public Access to Secret Algorithms Used in Criminal Trials," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 915 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: The UK Forensic Science Regulator: A Model for Forensic Science Regulation?," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 945 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: Three Transformative Ideals to Build a Better Crime Lab," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 1007 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: Deploying the Secret Police: The Use of Algorithms in the Criminal Justice System," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 1073 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: Symposium Keynote Address: Uncovering Forensic Laws: An Outside Perspective," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 1221 (2018). For article, "From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform: Safety from Flawed Forensic Sciences Evidence," see 34 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 1129 (2018). For article, "Restoring Public Confidence in the Criminal Justice System: Policing Prosecutions When Prosecutors Prosecute Police," see 67 Emory L.J. 853 (2018). For article, "The Right to Two Criminal Defense Lawyers," see 69 Mercer L. Rev. 675 (2018). For article, "Participatory Defense: Humanizing the Accused and Ceding Control to the Client," see 69 Mercer L. Rev. 715 (2018). For article, "Racial Justice and Federal Habeas Corpus as Postconviction Relief from State Convictions," see 69 Mercer L. Rev. 453 (2018). For note, "Seen But Not Heard: An Argument for Granting Evidentiary Hearings to Weigh the Credibility of Recanted Testimony," see 46 Ga. L. Rev. 213 (2011).

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