Criminal Procedure: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition

Criminal Procedure: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition

by Robert M. Bloom, Mark S. Brodin, Mark S. Brodin
     
 

When students select a Criminal Procedure study guide, make sure they use the one that is both concise and up-to-date - Bloom and Brodin's CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition. This effective paperback has earned the confidence of instructors nationwide by giving students the information they need to perform a meaningful

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When students select a Criminal Procedure study guide, make sure they use the one that is both concise and up-to-date - Bloom and Brodin's CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition. This effective paperback has earned the confidence of instructors nationwide by giving students the information they need to perform a meaningful analysis of different procedural situations.

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition, is carefully crafted to maximize student comprehension:

  • introductory text explains the concepts - then examples and explanations give students an opportunity to develop important problem-solving skills.
  • by presenting police practices in procedural order, the book conveys a sense of the logic of law enforcement, as well as its theoretical flow.
  • charts and illustrations graphically demonstrate legal standards and concepts.
  • examples build in difficulty; after students develop their confidence, more challenging problems test their knowledge and analytical skills.
  • checklist and Review Problems in the Appendix show how key ideas are interrelated and test students' mastery of the subject. With CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition, your students get current guidance, reflecting all the most recent developments in the law:

  • important new Fourth Amendment search and seizure cases, such as Richards v. Wisconsin, Knowles v. Iowa, Minnesota v. Carter, Marilyn v. Wilson, and Pennsylvania v. Labron
  • new cases on the latest technological methods of evidence gathering, including thermal imaging, and a discussion of the resulting conflicts with privacy expectations
  • important analysis of Miranda v. Arizona, where the Fourth Circuit attempted to overrule this landmark case
  • exceptional treatment of aerial surveillance gives students a solid grasp of real-world practices
  • new examples and explanations throughout the text

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780735513181
    Publisher:
    Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
    Publication date:
    09/28/2000
    Series:
    Examples and Explanations Series
    Edition description:
    Older Edition
    Pages:
    404
    Product dimensions:
    7.04(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.87(d)

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