Criminal Procedures 2011 Case Supplement

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Overview

To ensure that you have the most up-to-date and complete materials for your Criminal Procedure class, be sure to use Criminal Procedures: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials, 2009 Supplement.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735509924
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 8/15/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

The Border of Criminal Procedure: Daily Interactions Between Citizens and Police

• Police as Community Caretakers
• Traditional and Community Policing


Brief Searches and Stops

• Brief Investigative Stops of Suspects

• Consensual Encounters and "Stops"
• Grounds for Stops: Articulable, Reasonable Suspicion
Problem 2-1A. Asset Management


• Gathering Information Without Searching
• Brief Searches of Individuals

• Frisks for Weapons
• Scope of a Terry Search


Full Searches of People and Places: Basic Concepts

• Probable Cause

• Defining Probable Cause
• Sources of Information to Support Probable Cause
Problem 3-2A: Corroboration Behind Walls


• Warrants

• The Warrant Requirement and Exigent Circumstances
• Requirements for Obtaining Warrants
• Execution of Warrants


• Consensual Searches

• Components of a Voluntary Choice
Krause v. Commonwealth (Ky. 2006)
• Third Party Consent
Problem 3-12. Gated Community
Problem 3-13. Prospective Consent


Searches in Recurring Contexts

• "Persons"

• Searches Incident to Arrest


• "Houses" and Other Places


• Schools and Prisons
Safford United School District #1 v. Redding (U.S. 2009)


• "Papers"
• "Effects"


• Cars and Containers
Arizona v. Gant (2009)


Arrests

• Stop or Arrest?
• Paper Arrests: Citations
Virginia v. Moore (U.S. 2008)
• Use of Force in Making Arrests
Scott v. Harris (U.S. 2007)


Remedies for Unreasonable Searches and Seizures

• Limitations on the Exclusionary Rule

• Evidence Obtained in "Good Faith"
• Causation Limits: Inevitable Discovery and Independent Source
State v. Rabon (Me. 2007)
Problem 6-3A. Illegal Stop vs. Outstanding Warrant
• Standing to Challenge Illegal Searches and Seizures


• Additions and Alternative to the Exclusionary Rule

• Administrative Remedies
• Tort Actions and Criminal Prosecutions


The Impact of Technology

• Enhancement of the Senses
• Records in the Hands of Third Parties
State v. Jorden (Wash. 2007)


Interrogations

• Voluntariness of Confessions

• Physical Abuse and Deprivations
• Police Lies


Miranda Warnings

• The Miranda Revolution
• "Triggering" Miranda Warnings
• Form of Warnings


• Invocation and Waiver of Miranda Rights
• Effect of Asserting Miranda Rights
• Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel During Investigations
Montejo v. Louisiana (U.S. 2009)
Miranda: Cures, Impacts, and Alternatives

• Cures and Remedies for Miranda Violations
• Alternatives to Miranda


Identifications

• Exclusion of Identification Evidence
North Carolina Eyewitness Identification Reform Act
• Other Remedies for Improper Identification Procedures

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