Criminal Procedure: Examples & Explanations, Fourth Edition / Edition 4

Criminal Procedure: Examples & Explanations, Fourth Edition / Edition 4

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

ISBN-10: 0735539685

ISBN-13: 9780735539686

Pub. Date: 01/28/2004

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Using hypothetical examples and courts cases to illustrate the principles involved, this book explains the fundamental aspects of search and seizure, interrogation, and related procedures. Individual chapters focus on issues like the Fourth Amendment, the doctrine of justification, warrants, warrantless searches and seizures, the exclusionary rule, voluntariness,

Overview

Using hypothetical examples and courts cases to illustrate the principles involved, this book explains the fundamental aspects of search and seizure, interrogation, and related procedures. Individual chapters focus on issues like the Fourth Amendment, the doctrine of justification, warrants, warrantless searches and seizures, the exclusionary rule, voluntariness, "Miranda", the right to counsel, and the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The authors teach at Boston College Law School.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735539686
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date:
01/28/2004
Series:
Examples & Explanations Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
426
Product dimensions:
7.02(w) x 9.94(h) x 0.94(d)

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Table of Contents

Table of Figuresxv
Prefacexvii
Acknowledgmentsxix
Chapter 1Overview of Constitutional Criminal Procedure1
Part 1Search and Seizure--The Framework of the Fourth Amendment
Chapter 2Introduction to the Fourth Amendment11
Chapter 3When Does the Fourth Amendment Apply?17
3.1Governmental Action--Public Versus Private Search17
3.2Resonable Expectation of Privacy23
Chapter 4What Does the Fourth Amendment Require?--The Doctrine of Justification45
4.1Probable Cause--The Standard for Search and Arrest46
4.2Reasonable Suspicion--The Standard for Stop and Frisk70
4.3What Constitutes a Stop?74
4.4The Expansion of Terry: Demand for Identification, Vehicle Stops, Detention of Effects, Protective Sweeps, and Plain Feel79
4.5Administrative Searches105
Chapter 5Search and Arrest Warrants123
5.1Note on the Warrant Requirement123
5.2The Components of a Valid Search Warrant124
5.2.1Neutral and Detached Magistrate124
5.2.2The Probable Cause Showing125
5.2.3The Particularity Requirement127
5.3Execution of a Search Warrant140
5.4Administrative Search Warrants141
5.5Anticipatory Search Warrants141
5.6The Arrest Warrant Requirement142
5.7The Components of a Valid Arrest Warrant143
Chapter 6Warrantless Searches and Seizures147
6.1Introduction147
6.2Exceptions That Require Probable Cause: The Emergency Exception (Exigent Circumstances)148
6.3Exceptions That Require Probable Cause: Search Incident to Arrest158
6.4Exceptions That Require Probable Cause: The Automobile Search and the Container Doctrine169
6.5Exceptions That Require Reasonable Suspicion: Stop and Frisk and Investigative Detentions175
6.6Administrative and Inventory Searches175
6.7Warrantless Intrusion Requiring No Justification: Consent177
6.8The Plain View Doctrine190
6.9The Problem of Pretext197
Chapter 7The Exclusionary Rule: Rationale, Operation, and Limitations201
7.1The Rationale of the Exclusionary Rule201
7.2The Derivative Evidence ("Fruit-of-the-Poisonous-Tree") Doctrine206
7.3Limitations on the Exclusionary Rule223
7.3.1Standing223
7.3.2Limitation to Criminal Trial Versus Other Proceedings235
7.3.3The Good Faith Exception239
7.3.4The Impeachment Exception252
7.3.5Harmless Error253
Part 2Interrogation and Confessions
Chapter 8The Voluntariness Standard257
Chapter 9The Miranda Approach271
9.1The Miranda Decision271
9.2The Components of Miranda274
9.2.1Custody275
9.2.2Interrogation283
9.2.3The Substance and Adequacy of the Warnings296
9.2.4Waiver of Miranda Rights302
9.2.5Waiver After Invocation of the Right to Silence or to Counsel315
9.3Limitations on the Scope of the Miranda Exclusionary Rule329
9.3.1Use of the Statement for Impeachment331
9.3.2The Public Safety Exception332
9.3.3Suppression of the Fruits of a Statement Obtained in Violation of Miranda339
9.4Summary--What's Left of Miranda?342
Chapter 10The Sixth Amendment "Right to Counsel" Approach345
10.1The Massiah Doctrine345
10.2The "Deliberately Elicit" Standard347
10.3At What Point Does the Massiah Doctrine Apply?--The Initiation of Judicial Proceedings348
10.4Waiver and Exceptions to the Massiah Doctrine350
10.5Overview of Interrogation and Confessions355
Part 3Other Investigative Procedures
Chapter 11Other Investigative Procedures--Eyewitness Identification, Bodily Intrusions, Examination of Physical Attributes, Entrapment, "High-Tech" and Computer Searches359
11.1Eyewitness Identification360
11.2Bodily Intrusions and Examination of Suspect's Physical Attributes367
11.3Entrapment373
11.3.1The Common Law Defense374
11.3.2Due Process375
11.4"High-Tech" Searches381
11.4.1Electronic Surveillance and Wiretapping381
11.4.2Searches of Computers382
Chapter 12September 11, 2001, and Its Aftermath387
Appendix393
Table of Cases407
Index421

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