Texas Bar Journal

July 2010 | Volume 73, No. 7

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This issue of the Texas Bar Journal explores the practice of criminal law. Texas criminal law practitioners discuss juvenile criminal law, hiring expert witnesses, strategies for effective voir dire, a prosecutor’s duty to disclose, and the impact of cyber ethics on criminal law. Page 532.

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532 Criminal Law

564 Profiles of 2010 Pro Bono and Legal Services Award Winners, by Patricia L. Garcia

572 February 2010 Bar Exam: High Scorer Remarks

574 Section Reports

586 Committee Reports

598 Solo/Small Firm Practice: Making Your Criminal Practice More Rewarding, by Debra L. Bruce


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