criminal procedure

Rule 1. Scope; Definitions   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 10. Arraignment   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 11. Pleas   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 12. Pleadings and Pretrial Motions   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 12.1 Notice of an Alibi Defense   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 12.2 Notice of an Insanity Defense; Mental Examination   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 12.3 Notice of a Public-Authority Defense   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 12.4 Disclosure Statement   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 13. Joint Trial of Separate Cases   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 14. Relief from Prejudicial Joinder   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 16. Discovery and Inspection   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 17. Subpoena   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 17.1 Pretrial Conference   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 18. Place of Prosecution and Trial   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 19. [Reserved]   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 2. Interpretation   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 20. Transfer for Plea and Sentence   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 21. Transfer for Trial   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 22. [Transferred]   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 23. Jury or Nonjury Trial   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 24. Trial Jurors   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 25. Judge's Disability   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 26. Taking Testimony   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 26.1 Foreign Law Determination   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 26.2 Producing a Witness's Statement   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 26.3 Mistrial   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 27. Proving an Official Record   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 28. Interpreters   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 29. Motion for a Judgment of Acquittal   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 29.1 Closing Argument   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 3. The Complaint   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 30. Jury Instructions   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 31. Jury Verdict   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 32. Sentencing and Judgment   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 32.1 Revoking or Modifying Probation or Supervised Release   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)
Rule 32.2 Criminal Forfeiture   (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)

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