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Understanding criminal procedure

By: Dressler, Joshua | Michaels, Alan C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: Nagpur LexisNexis 2010Edition: 5th ed.Description: xxvii,604p. 25 cm.ISBN: 9781422426784.Other title: Investigation.Subject(s): Criminal procedure -- United StatesDDC classification: 345.50973
Incomplete contents:
v. 1. Investigation.
Introduction to criminal procedure -- Overarching policy issues in criminal procedure -- Incorporation of the Bill of Rights -- Fourth Amendment : overview -- Fourth Amendment : "persons, houses, papers, and effects" -- Fourth Amendment terminology : "search" -- Fourth Amendment terminology : "seizure" -- Fourth Amendment : "probable cause" -- Arrests -- Search warrants : in general -- Warrantless searches : exigent circumstances -- Searches incident to lawful arrests -- Searches of cars and containers therein -- "Plain view" and related doctrines -- Inventory searches -- Consent searches -- Terry v. Ohio : the "reasonableness" balancing standard in criminal investigations -- More "reasonableness" balancing : searches and seizures primarily conducted for non-criminal law purposes -- Fourth Amendment : standing -- Fourth Amendment : exclusionary rule -- Interrogation law : overview -- Interrogation law : due process clause -- Interrogation law : privilege against compelled self-incrimination -- Interrogation law : Miranda v. Arizona -- Interrogation law : Sixth Amendment right to counsel -- Eyewitness identification procedures -- Entrapment -- The right to counsel : at trial and on appeal.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

v. 1. Investigation.

Introduction to criminal procedure -- Overarching policy issues in criminal procedure -- Incorporation of the Bill of Rights -- Fourth Amendment : overview -- Fourth Amendment : "persons, houses, papers, and effects" -- Fourth Amendment terminology : "search" -- Fourth Amendment terminology : "seizure" -- Fourth Amendment : "probable cause" -- Arrests -- Search warrants : in general -- Warrantless searches : exigent circumstances -- Searches incident to lawful arrests -- Searches of cars and containers therein -- "Plain view" and related doctrines -- Inventory searches -- Consent searches -- Terry v. Ohio : the "reasonableness" balancing standard in criminal investigations -- More "reasonableness" balancing : searches and seizures primarily conducted for non-criminal law purposes -- Fourth Amendment : standing -- Fourth Amendment : exclusionary rule -- Interrogation law : overview -- Interrogation law : due process clause -- Interrogation law : privilege against compelled self-incrimination -- Interrogation law : Miranda v. Arizona -- Interrogation law : Sixth Amendment right to counsel -- Eyewitness identification procedures -- Entrapment -- The right to counsel : at trial and on appeal.

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