Tennessee Code Title 40. Criminal Procedure

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  • Chapter 1. Jurisdiction and Venue
  • Chapter 2. Limitation of Prosecutions
  • Chapter 3. Methods of Prosecution
  • Chapter 4. Proceedings Before General Sessions Courts
  • Chapter 5. Magistrates and Judicial Commissioners
  • Chapter 6. Warrants
  • Chapter 7. Arrest
  • Chapter 8. Rewards for Apprehension
  • Chapter 9. Uniform Criminal Extradition Act
  • Chapter 10. Preliminary Examination
  • Chapter 11. Bail
  • Chapter 12. Grand Jury Proceedings
  • Chapter 13. Indictments
  • Chapter 14. Rights of Defendants
  • Chapter 15. Pretrial Diversion
  • Chapter 16. Immunity from Prosecution
  • Chapter 17. Evidence and Witnesses
  • Chapter 18. Trial and Verdict
  • Chapter 19. Defects in Proceedings
  • Chapter 20. Judgment and Sentence
  • Chapter 22. Judicial Recommendation of Clemency
  • Chapter 23. Execution of Judgment
  • Chapter 24. Fines
  • Chapter 25. Fees of Officers
  • Chapter 26. Appeal
  • Chapter 27. Executive Clemency
  • Chapter 28. Probation, Paroles and Pardons
  • Chapter 29. Restoration of Citizenship
  • Chapter 30. Post-Conviction Procedure
  • Chapter 31. Interstate Compact on Detainers
  • Chapter 32. Destruction of Records Upon Dismissal or Acquittal
  • Chapter 33. Forfeitures
  • Chapter 34. Contract Sentencing
  • Chapter 35. Tennessee Criminal Sentencing Reform Act of 1989
  • Chapter 36. Community Corrections
  • Chapter 38. Victims' Rights
  • Chapter 39. Sexual Offender Registration and Monitoring
  • Chapter 39. Offender Registration and Monitoring

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