Key Cases and Comments on Criminal Procedures: 1995 Edition / Edition 2by Marvin Zalman, Larry Siegel, Larry J. Siegel
Pub. Date: 10/28/1995
This casebook contains edited cases in constitutional criminal procedure. Cases are selected for undergraduate students and contain comments to assist them in analysis. Cases are edited to help the student focus on the important constitutional discussions. Numerous dissents are included so students can explore constitutional and value conflicts.
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Table of ContentsTABLE OF CASES. PREFACE. 1. DUE PROCESS, INCORPORATION AND THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE. 2. FOURTH AMENDMENT, SEARCH AND SEIZURE. A. Protected Areas and Interests. B. Asset Forfeiture. C. Standing. D. Probable Cause. E. Search Warrant. F. Plain View. G. Electronic Eavesdropping. 3. EXIGENCY AND OTHER SEARCH WARRANT EXCEPTIONS. A. Hot Pursuit. B. Search Incident to Arrest. C. Automobile Searches. D. Inventory Searches. E. Consent Searches. F. Administrative Searches. G. Border Searches. 4. SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF PERSONS. A. Arrest. B. Inventory. C. Stop and Frisk. D. Effect of Mistaken or Illegal Arrest. 5. RIGHT TO COUNSEL. A. Historical Development of the Right to Counsel. B. Right to Counsel on Appeal. C. Effective Assistance of Counsel. D. Prisoners' Right to Counsel. 6. CONFESSIONS. A. Fourteenth Amendment Due Process: Coerced Confessions. B. Fifth Amendment: Privilege Against Self-Incrimination. C. Sixth Amendment: Right to Counsel. 7: IDENTIFICATION. 8. ENTRAPMENT. 9. THE PRETRIAL PROCESS. A. Pretrial Release. B. Pretrial Hearings. C. Prosecution. D. Double Jeopardy. E. Speedy Trial. 10. THE ADJUDICATION PROCESS AND RELATED ISSUES. A. Jury Trial. B. Confrontation. C. Self-Incrimination. D. Plea Bargaining. APPENDIX: THE BILL OF RIGHTS; FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.
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