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Completely updated, the eighth edition of CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A CASE APPROACH continues to capture students' interest by showing them how the judicial process can affect criminal procedure law. Each chapter includes a clear explanation of current law relevant to the chapter topic and related Supreme Court cases. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A CASE APPROACH is an excellent resource for any officer, agency, or undergraduate course.
1. Criminal Procedure as a Constitutional Issue. 2. Warrant Requirements. 3. Field Interviews. 4. Arrest and Booking. 5. Vehicle Searches. 6. Observations of Evidence Not Covered by Reasonable Expectation of Privacy. 7. Eavesdropping and Wiretapping. 8. Varying Expectations of Privacy; International Borders and Closed Containers. 9. Privilege Against Self-Incrimination. 10. Identification Procedures. 11. Right to Counsel. 12. Other Issues Relating to Criminal Trials. 13. First Amendment Issues. 14. The Exclusionary Rule. 15. Civil Rights Act.