Media and Published Works
Jack Zimmermann is a co-author of this comprehensive guide to the civilian and military criminal justice systems.
Now in its Fifth Edition, Criminal Procedure in Practice provides practical guidance for attorneys during each stage of a criminal case -- from the police investigation to issues involving the double jeopardy clause. Authors Jack Zimmermann, Melanie Wilson, and Paul Marcus interpret constitutional principles and case law, and provide commentary that applies to both the prosecution and defense in federal, state, and military courts.
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Lawyers Accuse FBI of Botching Waco Negotiations at Every Turn
Valley Morning Star, July 26, 1995
Corporal's Defense Well-Versed
Statesman August 17, 1997
The Trial of Vicki Daniel
Lawyers Await Decision by Branch Davidians
Dallas Morning News April 2, 1993
Lawyer Says Marine Fired to Protect Buddy
San Antonio Express-News, July 24, 1997
'Crackerjack' Is Word for Defense Attorney
Death Row Inmate Bowen Freed
The Daily Oklahoman, August 2, 1986
For Zimmermann, the Sensational Is Normal
Houston Post April 2, 1993
Judge Rules Vickie Daniel Innocent
Houston Chronicle, October 31 1981
Houston Lawyers Go Waco
Houston Press April 1, 1993
Latourette Attorney's Motto 'Winning by the Rules'
The Houston Post January 29, 1984
David Port Conviction Thrown Out
The Houston Post August 13, 1987
U.S. vs. Col. Morris
Army Times December 9, 2002
Defending The White Collar Case
Attorney Conflict Of Interest
Hypnotically Enhanced Testimony in the Criminal Trial
Watkins Says He's Not Guilty of Killing Wife
Athens Daily Review, February 6, 1994