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Criminal Law and Procedure (3rd)

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Summary

Intended for the combined Criminal Law and Procedure course offered in the criminal justice department, criminology, and the administration of justice. This is a junior or senior level course in the undergraduate program and can be offered as a graduate level course as well.

The Schebs bring a combined experience that is both practical as well as academic; they also author law texts for West. The text covers all of the necessary content in a manageable fashion and integrates the material in a logical manner. Utilizing extensive case material, this book has been thoroughly updated to include the latest Supreme Court decisions and other developments in criminal justice.

Table of Contents

Preface
PART I Introduction to the Criminal Justice System 1(36)
Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Criminal Law and Procedure
2(17)
Introduction
3(1)
What Is a Crime?
4(3)
Civil and Criminal Law
7(1)
Substantive and Procedural Criminal Law
7(1)
The Origins and Sources of the Criminal Law
8(4)
Constitutional Limitations on the Criminal Justice System
12(2)
Criminal Punishment
14(2)
Conclusion
16(1)
Question for Thought and Discussion
17(1)
Key Terms
18(1)
Chapter 2 The Organization of the Criminal Justice System
19(18)
Introduction
20(1)
Law Enforcement Agencies
20(1)
Prosecutorial Agencies
21(1)
Defense Attorneys
22(1)
The Courts
22(4)
Stages of the Criminal Process
26(8)
The Corrections Systems
34(1)
Conclusion
35(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
35(1)
Key Terms
36(1)
PART II The Substantive Criminal Law 37(329)
Chapter 3 Constitutional Limitations on the Prohibition of Criminal Conduct
38(26)
Introduction
39(1)
Bills of Attainder and Ex Post Facto Laws
40(1)
The Bill of Rights
40(1)
The First Amendment Freedoms of Expression and Assembly
41(5)
Free Exercise of Religion
46(2)
The Right to Keep and Bear Arms
48(1)
The Doctrines of Vagueness and Overbreadth
49(2)
The Prohibition Against Cruel and Unusual Punishments
51(1)
The Constitutional Right of Privacy
52(2)
Equal Protection of the Laws
54(1)
Standards of Judicial Review
54(1)
The Importance of State Constitutions
55(1)
Conclusion
56(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
57(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
57(1)
Key Terms
58(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
58(6)
Brandenburg v. Ohio
58(2)
Miller v. California
60(2)
Griswold V. Connecticut
62(2)
Chapter 4 Elements of Crimes and Parties to Crimes
64(16)
Introduction
65(1)
The Actus Reus (The Act Requirements)
65(3)
The Mens Rea (The Criminal Intent Requirement)
68(4)
The Strict Liability Offenses
72(1)
The Causation Requirements
73(1)
Parties to a Crime
73(2)
Conclusion
75(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
76(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
76(1)
Key Terms
77(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
77(3)
People v. Valot
77(1)
Morissette v. United States
78(2)
Chapter 5 Inchoate Offenses
80(20)
Introduction
81(1)
Attempt
81(3)
Solicitation
84(2)
Conspiracy
86(6)
Conclusion
92(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
93(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
93(1)
Key Terms
94(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
94(6)
Bucklew v. State
94(2)
State v. Keen
96(2)
Gomez v. People
98(2)
Chapter 6 Offenses Against Persons
100(54)
Introduction
101(1)
Assaultive Offenses
102(5)
Homicide
107(11)
Suicide
118(3)
Sexual Battery
121(9)
Sodomy
130(1)
Abortion
130(1)
Abusive Offenses
131(2)
False Imprisonment and Kidnapping
133(5)
Civil Rights Offenses
138(2)
Conclusion
139(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
140(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
140(2)
Key Terms
142(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
143(11)
State v. Towers
143(1)
State v. Corder
144(1)
Manuel v. State
145(2)
Krischer v. Mclver
147(2)
State v. Studham
149(1)
State v. Rothenberg
150(2)
State v. Snider
152(2)
Chapter 7 Crimes Against Property
154(30)
Introduction
155(1)
The Common-Law Theft Offenses
155(3)
The Modern Approach to Theft Offenses
158(5)
Robbery
163(3)
Forgery and Uttering a Forged Instrument
166(3)
Worthless Checks and Credit Card Fraud
169(1)
Habitation Offenses
170(4)
Malicious Mischief
174(1)
Extortion
174(1)
Defenses to Crimes Involving Property
175(1)
Conclusion
176(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
176(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
177(1)
Key Terms
177(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
178(6)
State v. Richard
178(1)
Jones v. Commonwealth
179(1)
State v. Gomes
180(2)
State v. Feldt
182(1)
State v. Tonnisen
183(1)
Chapter 8 Offenses Against Public Morality
184(28)
Introduction
185(2)
Criminal Prohibitions of Sexual Conduct
187(5)
Indecent Exposure
192(1)
Obscenity
193(6)
Gambling
199(4)
Conclusion
203(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
203(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
204(1)
Key Terms
204(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
204(8)
Bowers v. Hardwick
204(3)
Austin v. State
207(1)
Radey v. State
208(1)
United States v. Pinelli
209(3)
Chapter 9 Alcohol and Drug Offenses
212(19)
Introduction
213(1)
Drug Offenses
213(5)
Drug Courts: A New Approach
218(1)
Intoxication Offenses
219(4)
Conclusion
223(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
223(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
224(1)
Key Terms
224(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
225(6)
Robinson v. California
225(1)
Embry v. State
226(1)
Powell v. Texas
227(2)
People v. Randolph
229(2)
Chapter 10 White-Collar and Organized Crime
231(24)
Introduction
232(1)
Legal Principles Governing White-Collar Crimes
232(2)
Common Federal White-Collar Crimes
234(8)
Organized Crime
242(3)
Defenses in White-Collar and Organized Crime Cases
245(1)
Conclusion
245(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
246(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
247(1)
Key Terms
248(7)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
248(7)
Evans v. United States
248(2)
United States v. Gambino
250(1)
United States v. Lewis
251(4)
Chapter 11 Offenses Against Public Health and the Environment
255(19)
Introduction
256(1)
Public Health Regulation
256(3)
Planning and Zoning Activities
259(1)
The Scope of Fedral and State Environmental Laws
260(5)
Noise Pollution
265(2)
Antismoking Legislation
267(1)
Fish and Game Laws
267(2)
Conclusion
269(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
269(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
270(1)
Key Terms
270(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
271(3)
United States v. Sellers
271(3)
Chapter 12 Offenses Against Public Order and Safety
274(21)
Introduction
275(1)
Breaches of the Peace
275(3)
Constitutional Limitations on Defining Breaches of the Peace
278(3)
Vagrancy and Loitering
281(3)
Traffic Violations
284(1)
Weapons Offenses
285(2)
Conclusion
287(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
287(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
288(1)
Key Terms
289(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
289(6)
State v. Mast
289(2)
Commonwealth v. Young
291(2)
State v. Young
293(1)
United States v. Evans
294(1)
Chapter 13 Offenses Against Justice and Public Administration
295(23)
Introduction
296(1)
Bribery
296(3)
Perjury
299(3)
Obstruction of Justice
302(1)
Resisting Arrest
303(1)
Compounding a Crime
304(1)
Escape
305(2)
Contempt
307(2)
Conclusion
309(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
310(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
310(1)
Key Terms
311(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
312(6)
State v. Gustafson
312(1)
United States v. Scott
313(2)
State v. Blanton
315(2)
State v. Ring
317(1)
Chapter 14 Criminal Responsibility and Defenses
318(48)
Introduction
319(1)
Defenses in General
319(1)
Defenses Asserting Lack of Capacity to Commit a Crime
320(7)
Defenses Asserting Excuse or Justification
327(6)
Defenses Justifying the Use of Force
333(6)
Defenses Based on Constitutional and Statutory Authority
339(6)
Defenses Based on Improper Government Conduct
345(4)
Nontraditional Defenses
349(3)
Conclusion
352(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
353(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
353(2)
Key Terms
355(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
356(10)
Latimore v. State
356(1)
United States v. Freeman
357(1)
State v. Freeman
358(2)
People v. Greene
360(2)
Cruz v. State
362(4)
PART III Law Enforcement and Criminal Procedure 366(256)
Chapter 15 Search and Seizure
366(48)
Introduction
367(1)
Historical Background
367(2)
When, Where, and to Whom the Fourth Amendment Applies
369(5)
The Scope of Privacy Protected by the Fourth Amendment
374(3)
The Warrant Requirement
377(8)
Exceptions to the Warrant Requirement
385(4)
Exceptions to the Probable Cause Requirement
389(2)
Technology and the Fourth Amendment
391(3)
The Exclusionary Rule
394(3)
Conclusions
397(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
398(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
399(1)
Key Terms
400(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
400(14)
Katz v. United States
400(2)
Illinois v. Gates
402(4)
United States v. Ross
406(2)
Mapp v. Ohio
408(2)
United States v. Leon
410(4)
Chapter 16 Arrest, Interrogation, and Identification
414(35)
Introduction
415(1)
Arrest, Investigatory Detention, and Other Police-Citizen Encounters
415(11)
Interrogation and Confessions
426(5)
Identification Procedures
431(3)
Conclusion
434(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
435(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
435(1)
Key Terms
436(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
437(12)
Whren v. United States
437(2)
Tennessee v. Garner
439(2)
Miranda v. Arizona
441(3)
New York v. Quarles
444(2)
United States v. Wade
446(3)
Chapter 17 The Pretrial Process
449(44)
Introduction
450(1)
The Right to Counsel
451(4)
Disposition of Petty Offenses
455(1)
The Initial Court Appearance
456(1)
Pretrial Release and Pretrial Detention
457(2)
The Formal Charging Process
459(3)
The Grand Jury
462(2)
Extradition
464(1)
Jurisdiction and Venue
465(1)
Joinder and Severance
466(3)
Pretrial Motions Arraignment
471(1)
Plea Bargaining
472(2)
Availability of Compulsory Process
474(1)
Pretrial Discovery
474(4)
The Right to a Speedy Trail
478(1)
Conclusion
478(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
479(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
479(2)
Key Terms
481(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
481(12)
Scott v. Illinois
482(2)
United States v. Salerno
484(2)
United States v. Calandra
486(3)
Boykin v. Alabama
489(1)
Bordenkircher v. Hayes
490(3)
Chapter 18 The Criminal Trial
493(47)
Introduction
494(1)
The Right to Trial by Jury
494(3)
Representation by Counsel
497(1)
Selection of the Jury
498(5)
Free Press versus Fair Trial
503(2)
"Order in the Court"
505(2)
The Rules of Evidence
507(10)
The Trial Process
517(11)
Conclusion
528(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
529(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
530(1)
Key Terms
531(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
532(8)
Williams v. Florida
532(2)
Baston v. Kentucky
534(3)
Jackson v. State
537(3)
Chapter 19 Sentencing and Punishment
540(49)
Introduction
541(2)
Contemporary Forms of Criminal Punishment
543(5)
The Death Penalty
548(8)
The Sentencing Stage of the Criminal Process
556(4)
Granting and Revoking Probation
560(2)
Approaches to Incarceration
562(6)
The Rights of Prisoners
568(4)
The Rights of Crime Victims
572(1)
Conclusion
573(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
574(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
575(1)
Key Terms
576(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
576(13)
Furman v. Georgia
576(4)
Gregg v. Georgia
580(2)
Payne v. Tennessee
582(3)
Koon v. United States
585(4)
Chapter 20 Appeal and Postconviction Relief
589(33)
Introduction
590(1)
Appeal of Right
590(6)
The Appellate Process
596(6)
Postconviction Relief
602(8)
NonJudicial Remedies Available to Persons Convicted of Crimes
610(1)
Conclusion
610(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
611(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
612(1)
Key Terms
613(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
613(9)
Douglas v. California
613(2)
Felker v. Turpin
615(7)
PART IV Specialized Topics in Criminal Law and Procedure 622(43)
Chapter 21 Juvenile Justice
622(22)
Introduction
623(1)
Establishment of the Juvenile Justice System
624(2)
Search and Seizure Involving Juveniles
626(1)
Arrest and Interrogation of Juveniles
627(1)
Juvenile Diversionary Programs
628(1)
Adjudication of Juvenile Offenses
629(2)
Disposition of Juvenile Delinquency Cases
631(1)
Postdispositional Remedies
632(1)
Trial and Punishment of Juvenile Offenders as Adults
632(2)
The Death Penalty for Juvenile Offenders
634(1)
Curfews
634(1)
Conclusion
635(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
636(1)
Problems for Discussion and Solution
636(1)
Key Terms
637(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
637(7)
Schall v. Martin
637(2)
Commonwealth v. McDonald
639(2)
Stanford v. Kentucky and Wilkins v. Missouri
641(3)
Chapter 22 The Military Justice System
644(21)
Introduction
645(1)
Background of the Military Justice System
645(2)
Constitutional Issues in Military Justice
647(2)
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
649(1)
Adverse Administrative Actions
650(1)
Criminal Procedure in the Military Justice System
651(2)
Court-Martial Proceedings
653(2)
Appellate Review
655(1)
Evaluation of the Military Justice System
656(1)
Conclusion
657(1)
Questions for Thought and Discussion
657(1)
Problem for Discussion and Solution
658(1)
Key Terms
659(1)
Excerpts from Judicial Decisions
659(6)
Solorio v. United States
659(2)
United States v. Johnson
661(4)
Appendix A Access to the Law Through Legal Research 665(18)
The Nature of Legal Research 665(1)
Primary Legal Sources 665(9)
Secondary Legal Sources 674(5)
Computerized Legal Research 679(1)
How to Research a Specific Point of Law 680(3)
Conclusion 681(2)
Appendix B Constitution of the United States of America 683(16)
Glossary 699(28)
Table of Cases
727(8)
Index 735


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