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Criminal Procedure, Principles, Policies & Perspectives: 2013 Supplement / Edition 5
     

Criminal Procedure, Principles, Policies & Perspectives: 2013 Supplement / Edition 5

by Joshua Dressler
 

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ISBN-10: 031428852X

ISBN-13: 9780314288523

Pub. Date: 08/05/2013

Publisher: West Academic Publishing

This supplement brings the principal text current with recent developments in the law.

Overview

This supplement brings the principal text current with recent developments in the law.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780314288523
Publisher:
West Academic Publishing
Publication date:
08/05/2013
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

Preface iii

Table of Cases vii

Chapter 3 Passing the Threshold of the Fourth Amendment 1

A What Is a "Search"? 1

2 The Katz Doctrine in Application 1

Note: Dog sniffing (Florida v. Jardines) 1

3 Katz and the New Technology: Back to the Future? 1

Notes: Post-Jones 1

Florida v. Jardines 2

Notes and Questions 14

Chapter 4 The Substance of the Fourth Amendment 15

A Probable Cause 15

Note: Florida v. Harris 15

C Search Warrants 16

3 Execution of a Search Warrant 16

Note: Bailey v. United States 16

D Warrant Clause: When Are Warrants Required? 17

1 Exigent Circumstances 17

Note: Follow-up to Kentucky v. King 17

2 Searches Incident to an Arrest 17

a General Principles 17

Note: DNA Sampling 17

E Reasonableness Clause: The Diminishing Roles of Warrants and Probable Cause 18

1 The Terry Doctrine 18

e Extending the Terry Doctrine 18

Note: Maryland v. King 18

Chapter 7 Police Interrogation: The Self-incrimination Clause 23

C Stormy Seas for Miranda 23

1 The Political Reaction to Miranda: Nixon, George Wallace, and the Omnibus Crime Control Act 23

New Text: Salinas v. Texas 23

F Waiver and Invocation of the Miranda Rights 24

Note: Salinas v. Texas 24

Chapter 17 Sentencing 25

D Imposing a Sentence: Constitutional Limits 25

1 Trial Versus Sentencing: Different Enterprises? 25

b Sentencing as a More Formal Enterprise: The Apprendi Revolution 25

Note: Alleyne v. United States 25

Chapter 18 Double Jeopardy 27

B Former Acquittal/Collateral Estoppel (Issue Preclusion) 27

Note: Evans v. Michigan 27

Chapter 19 Post-Trial Process: Correcting Erroneous Verdicts 29

B Federal Habeas Corpus 29

2 Retroactivity 29

Note: Chaidez v. United States 29

3 Procedural Default-The "Cause and Prejudice" Test 30

Note: McQuiggin v. Perkins 30

Note: Trevino v. Thaler 30

Appendix A Selected Federal Statutes 33

Appendix B Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure for the United States District Courts 87

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