ISBN-10:
145487547X
ISBN-13:
2901454875474
Pub. Date:
08/12/2016
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Criminal Procedure: 2016 Case and Statutory Supplement

Criminal Procedure: 2016 Case and Statutory Supplement

by Erwin Chemerinsky

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Criminal Procedure: 2016 Case and Statutory Supplement

Criminal Procedure: 2016 Case and Statutory Supplement

Product Details

ISBN-13: 2901454875474
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 08/12/2016
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi

Errata xiii

Chapter 2 Searches and Seizures 1

B What Is a Search? 1

6 Use of Dogs to Sniff for Contraband 1

Rodriguez v. United States 1

Florida v. Jardines 6

Florida v. Harris 11

3 What if the police make a mistake as to the law? 15

Heien v. North Carolina 15

D The Warrant Requirement 21

3 What Are the Requirements in Executing Warrants? 21

a How May Police Treat Those Who Are Present When a Warrant Is Being Executed? 21

United States v. Bailey 21

E Exceptions to the Warrant Requirement 26

1 Exigent Circumstances 26

d Limits on Exigent Circumstances 26

Missouri v. McNeely 26

Birchfield v. North Dakota 35

4 Searches Incident to Arrest 45

Riley v. California 46

7 Consent 56

Fernandez v. California 56

8 Searches When There Are Special Needs? 64

h DNA Testing of Those Arrested 64

Maryland v. King 64

1 Administrative Searches 77

City of Los Angeles v. Patel 77

G Stop and Frisk 84

4 What Is Sufficient for Reasonable Suspicion? 84

b Reasonable Suspicion Based on Informants' Tips 84

Navarette v. California 85

Chapter 3 The Exclusionary Rule 93

C When Does the Exclusionary Rule Apply? 93

Utah v. Strieff 93

Chapter 4 Police Interrogation and the Privilege Against Self-incrimination 103

B Fifth Amendment Limits on In-Custodial Interrogation 103

5 Waiver of Miranda Rights 103

a What Is Sufficient to Constitute a Waiver? 103

Salinas v. Texas 103

Chapter 9 Plea Bargaining and Guilty Pleas 111

C Guilty Pleas 111

Chapter 10 Speedy Trial Rights 113

C Due Process and Speedy Trial Rights 113

2 Post-Charging Delay and Speedy Trial Rights 113

b Constitutional Protections 113

d Speedy Trial Rights and Sentencing 113

Betterman v. Montana 113

Chapter 11 Right to Counsel 117

D Standard for "Effective Assistance" of Counsel 117

5 Right to Retain Experts 117

Chapter 12 Trial Rights 119

D Trial Rights: Due Process, Right of Confrontation, and Privilege Against Self-Incrimination 119

1 Right of Confrontation 119

b Right to Confront Witnesses 119

Ohio v. Clark 119

Chapter 13 Sentencing 127

D The Death Penalty 127

3 Recent Limits on the Scope of the Death Penalty 127

a Prohibition of the Death Penalty for Mentally Retarded Defendants 127

Hall v. Florida 127

d Method of Execution 134

Glossip v. Gross 134

Chapter 14 Double Jeopardy 155

C No Retrial Following Conviction or Acquittal. Exceptions to the Double Jeopardy Rule 155

1 No Retrial After Acquittal 155

Evans v. Michigan 155

D Exceptions to the Double Jeopardy Rule 159

2 Retrials After Mistrials 159

a Retrial After Mistrial for Hung Jury 159

Blueford v. Arkansas 159

Chapter 15 Habeas Corpus 165

B The Issues That Must Be Addressed in Order for a Federal Court to Grant Habeas Corpus Relief 165

1 Is the Petition Time Barred? 165

McQuiggin v. Perkins 165

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 173

Rule 4 Arrest Warrant or Summons on a Complaint 173

Rule 5 Initial Appearance 175

Rule 5 1 Preliminary Hearing 178

Rule 6 The Grand Jury 180

Rule 7 The Indictment and the Information 186

Rule 8 Joinder of Offenses or Defendants 188

Rule 11 Pleas 188

Rule 14 Relief from Prejudicial Joinder 193

Rule 16 Discovery and Inspection 193

Rule 23 Jury or Nonjury Trial 197

Rule 26.2 Producing a Witness's Statement 198

Rule 41 Search and Seizure 199

Excerpted Statutes 206

18 U.S.C. 206

§3142 Release or Detention of a Defendant Pending Trial 206

§3144 Release or Detention of a Material Witness 212

§3161 Time Limits and Exclusions 212

28 U.S.C. 217

§2241 Power to Grant Writ 217

§2242 Application 218

§2243 Issuance of Writ; Return; Hearing; Decision 219

§2244 Finality of Determination 219

§2245 Certificate of Trial Judge Admissible in Evidence 221

§2246 Evidence; Depositions; Affidavits 221

§2247 Documentary Evidence 221

§2248 Return or Answer; Conclusiveness 221

§2249 Certified Copies of Indictment, Plea and Judgment; Duty of Respondent 221

§2250 Indigent Petitioner Entitled to Documents Without Cost 222

§2251 Stay of State Court Proceedings 222

§2252 Notice 222

§2253 Appeal 222

§2254 State Custody; Remedies in State Courts 223

§2255 Federal Custody; Remedies on Motion Attacking Sentence 225

§2261 Prisoners in State Custody Subject to Capital Sentence; Appointment of Counsel; Requirement of Rule of Court or Statute; Procedures for Appointment 226

§2262 Mandatory Stay of Execution; Duration; Limits on Stays of Execution; Successive Petitions 227

§2263 Filing of Habeas Corpus Application; Time Requirements; Tolling Rules 227

§2264 Cope of Federal Review; District Court Adjudications 228

§2265 Certification and Judicial Review 228

§2266 Limitation Periods for Determining Applications and Motions 229

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