Criminal Procedure: From First Contact to Appeal, 6th edition
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Criminal Procedure is a comprehensive introduction to criminal procedure, from an individual's first encounter with police, all the way through to appeal. Assuming no legal expertise, the text connects criminal procedure cases to real implications through innovative pedagogy. For example, decision-making exercises position students as judges and challenge them to decide cases based on the facts presented.
Conversational and easy to read, the 6th Edition adds Supreme Court decisions through the 2016-17 term and analyzes their impact on criminal and legal processes. Case law presentations now include more discussion of case facts and details. Web links and exercises at the end of each chapter have been revised to reflect content updates.
Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2019
Subject: Criminal Justice
Category: Criminal Law
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction to Criminal Procedure
PART 2: SEARCH AND SEIZURE
3. Introduction to Search and Seizure
4. Searches and Arrests with Warrants
5. Searches and Arrests without Warrants
6. Actions Based on Reasonable Suspicion
7. Actions Based on Administrative Justification and Consent
PART 3: INTERROGATIONS, CONFESSIONS, AND IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES
8. Interrogations and Confessions
9. Identification Procedures and the Role of Witnesses
PART 4: THE BEGINNINGS OF FORMAL PROCEEDINGS
10. The Pretrial Process
11. Prosecutors, Grand Juries, and Defense Attorneys
12. Plea Bargaining and Guilty Pleas
PART 5: TRIAL, CONVICTION, AND BEYOND
13. Rights at Trial
14. More Rights at Trial
15. Sentencing, Appeals, and Habeas Corpus
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