Criminal Procedure / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Criminal Procedure is a contemporary, comprehensive case-driven textbook from award-winning teacher Matthew Lippman that covers the constitutional foundation of criminal procedure and includes numerous cases selected for their appeal to today's students. With an emphasis on diversity and its impact on how laws are enforced, this clearly written textbook features numerous learning devices, including You Decide scenarios, Cases and Comments, and Legal Equations, and is accompanied by robust ancillaries, including an open-access student study site with Web-based activities, helpful study aids, and resources. Full updated for the Second Edition, it also includes key topics not featured in competing texts, such as pre-trial investigation as well as the post-investigative process.
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About the Author
Matthew Lippman has taught criminal law and criminal procedure in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) for more than thirty years. He has also taught courses on civil liberties, law and society, and terrorism and teaches international criminal law at John Marshall Law School in Chicago. He earned a doctorate in political science from Northwestern University and a master of laws from Harvard Law School, and he is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.
He has been voted by the graduating seniors at UIC to receive the Silver Circle Award for outstanding teaching on six separate occasions and has also received the UIC Flame Award from the University of Illinois Alumni Association, as well as the Excellence in Teaching Award, the Teaching Recognition (Portfolio) Award, and the Honors College Fellow of the Year Award and the HOPE teaching award. The UIC chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the criminal justice honors society, named him “criminal justice professor of the year” on three occasions. He is also recognized in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. In 2008, he was recognized as College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Master Teacher. In 2012, Professor Lippman was honored by being named commencement “Marshal” by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He has served in every major administrative position in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice, including department head, director of undergraduate studies, and director of graduate studies.
Professor Lippman is author of more than one hundred articles and five books. These publications focus on criminal law and criminal procedure, international human rights, and comparative law. He also is the author of five other SAGE texts, Contemporary Criminal Law: Concepts, Cases, and Controversies (5th ed.); Essential Criminal Law (2nd ed.); Law and Society (2nd ed.); Criminal Evidence and Striking the Balance: Debating Criminal Justice and Law. His work is cited in hundreds of academic publications and by international courts and organizations.He has also served on legal teams appearing before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, has helped draft numerous briefs submitted to federal courts and to the U.S. Supreme Court, has testified as an expert witness on international law before numerous state and federal courts, and has consulted with both private organizations and branches of the U.S. government. He regularly appears as a radio and television commentator and is frequently quoted in leading newspapers.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Criminal ProcedureAppendix: Reading and Briefing CasesChapter 2: The Sources of Criminal ProcedureChapter 3: Searches and SeizuresChapter 4: Stop and FriskChapter 5: Probable Cause and ArrestsChapter 6: Searches and Seizures of PropertyChapter 7 : Inspections and Regulatory SearchesChapter 8: Interrogations and ConfessionsChapter 9: Eyewitness and Scientific IdentificationsChapter 10: The Exclusionary Rule and EntrapmentChapter 11: Civil and Criminal Remedies for Constitutional ViolationsChapter 12: The Initiation of the Legal Process, Bail, and the Right to CounselChapter 13: The Courtroom: The Pretrial and Trial ProcessChapter 14: Sentencing and AppealsChapter 15: CounterterrorismGlossaryCase IndexSubject IndexAbout the Author