Criminal Procedure / Edition 1

Criminal Procedure / Edition 1

by Thomas J. Hickey
     
 

The author of this text approaches criminal procedure with the guiding concept that the subject should be both exciting and fun. To that end,he includes the most current and pertinent edited case studies in his text. Contemporary issues such as domestic violence,drug-related crime,and high technology investigative methods are balanced with attention to essential… See more details below

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The author of this text approaches criminal procedure with the guiding concept that the subject should be both exciting and fun. To that end,he includes the most current and pertinent edited case studies in his text. Contemporary issues such as domestic violence,drug-related crime,and high technology investigative methods are balanced with attention to essential critical and analytical skills. Practical examples show students how legal theory applies to situations students may encounter as future members of the criminal justice system. An evolutionary perspective demonstrates the development of the legal principles governing our judicial system. Detailed summaries,review questions,and thought-provoking case study excerpts conclude each chapter.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780697329059
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date:
08/01/1997
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
7.48(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 An Introduction to the Study of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 2 Criminal Justice Process in the United States
Chapter 3 The Exclusionary Rule of Evidence
Chapter 4 Search and Arrest Warrants
Chapter 5 Warrantless Arrests and Searches
Chapter 6 Stop and Frisk Investigatory Detentions
Chapter 7 Automobile Searches, Inventory Searches, and Consent Searches
Chapter 8 The Plain View Doctrine, Items Found in Open Fields, Abandoned Property, and Regulatory Searches
Chapter 9 High Technology Investigations, Electronic Eavesdropping. And Recording Conversations
Chapter 10 Miranda v. Arizona and the Privilege Against Self-Incrimiation
Chapter 11 Pretrial Identification Procedures and the Right to be Free from Double Jeopardy
Chapter 12 A Defendant�s Rights at Trial---The Right to Counsel and Other Sixth Amendment Rights
Chapter 13 A Defendant�s Rights Following Conviction�Sentencing, Appeals, and Habeas Corpus Review
Appendix: Selected U.S. Constitutional Amendments
Index of Cases
Index

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