Black Letter Series: Basic Criminal Procedure
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This Black Letter presents the basic principles of criminal procedure and provides extensive discussion on the Fourth Amendment, exclusionary rules, and significant cases such as Miranda and their effect on constitutional interpretation. It addresses exceptions to the general Fourth Amendment requirements of probable cause and warrant, eavesdropping, and the use of secret agents. This title also examines remedies for Fourth Amendment violations, privilege against self-incrimination, self-incrimination and confessions, constitutional limits on identification evidence, and the right to counsel.
Table of Contents includes:
Introductory Concepts: Determining The Effect of a Supreme Court Decision on Criminal Procedure;
The Fourth Amendment;
Exceptions to the General Fourth Amendment Requirements of Probable Cause and a Warrant;
Eavesdropping and the Use of Secret Agents;
Remedies for Fourth Amendment Violations;
The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination;
Self-Incrimination and Confessions;
Constitutional Limits on Identification Evidence;
The Right to Counsel.
The Black Letter Series provides quality concise outlines on dozens of legal topics. These items are perfect for getting crucial information to enhance your law school class notes and outlines.
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|Author||Saltzburg, Capra, Davis|
|Edition||6th ed., 2012|