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Criminal Law and Procedure,9781401815592

Criminal Law and Procedure

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Pub. Date:
8/5/2003
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

The general principles of criminality and culpability, individual crimes; their elements and related issues are fully discussed. Procedure topics explored include defenses to criminal accusations, parties to crimes, state and federal constitutional influences, the parties to the criminal justice system, the pretrial process, trial, sentencing, appeal and collateral relief, and the procedure of search and seizure. Contemporary issues in criminal law and procedure, such as terrorism and cybercrime, are also explored.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Table of Cases
xxi
PART I Criminal Law
Introduction to the Legal System of the United States
3(20)
Federalism
4(3)
Separation of Powers
7(2)
The Structure of the Court System
9(5)
The Duties and Powers of the Judicial Branch
14(2)
Comparing Civil Law and Criminal Law
16(4)
Web Links
20(1)
Key Terms
20(1)
Review Questions
20(1)
Review Problems
21(1)
End Notes
21(2)
Introduction to Criminal Law
23(26)
The Distinction between Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
24(1)
The Power of Government to Regulate Behavior
24(3)
The Purposes of Punishing Criminal Law Violators
27(3)
Specific and General Deterrence
27(1)
Incapacitation
28(1)
Rehabilitation
28(1)
Retribution
29(1)
Sources of Criminal Law
30(15)
The Common Law
30(7)
Statutory Law
37(1)
Ordinances
37(1)
Administrative Law
38(3)
Court Rules
41(2)
The Model Penal Code
43(1)
Constitutional Law
43(2)
Web Links
45(1)
Key Terms
46(1)
Review Questions
46(1)
Review Problems
46(1)
End Notes
47(2)
The Two Essential Elements
49(34)
Mens Rea
50(16)
Mens Rea and the Common Law
50(6)
Strict Liability
56(5)
Vicarious Liability
61(1)
Current Approaches to Mens Rea
62(2)
Proving Mens Rea
64(1)
Motive
65(1)
Actus Reus
66(13)
Voluntariness
66(1)
Thoughts and Statements as Acts
66(2)
Personal Status as an Act
68(1)
Possession as an Act
69(1)
Omissions as Acts
70(2)
Causation
72(7)
Web Links
79(1)
Key Terms
79(1)
Review Questions
79(1)
Review Problems
80(1)
End Notes
81(2)
Crimes Against the Person
83(40)
Studying Crimes
84(1)
Homicide
85(20)
Homicide and the Common Law
86(4)
Statutory Approaches to Homicide
90(8)
Manslaughter
98(3)
The Model Penal Code Approach to Homicide
101(1)
Life, Death, and Homicide
101(1)
Suicide
102(2)
Corpus Delicti
104(1)
Assault and Battery
105(2)
Aggravated Assault and Battery
106(1)
Mayhem
107(1)
Sex Crimes
107(7)
Rape
108(1)
Nonforcible Rape
109(1)
Sodomy
110(1)
Rape Shield Laws
111(1)
Incest
111(1)
Sex Offenses Against Children
111(2)
Megan's Laws, Commitment, and Castration
113(1)
Kidnapping and False Imprisonment
114(3)
Kidnapping
114(1)
Parental Kidnapping
115(2)
False Imprisonment
117(1)
Stalking
117(1)
Civil Rights and Hate Crimes
118(2)
Web Links
120(1)
Key Terms
120(1)
Review Questions
120(1)
Review Problems
120(1)
End Notes
121(2)
Crimes Against Property and Habitation
123(30)
Arson
124(1)
Burglary
125(1)
Theft Crimes
126(23)
Introduction to Theft Crimes
126(2)
Larceny
128(2)
Embezzlement
130(1)
False Pretenses
131(4)
Receiving Stolen Property
135(1)
Robbery
136(1)
Extortion
137(2)
Consolidated Theft Statutes
139(1)
Identity Theft
140(3)
The Model Penal Code Consolidation
143(1)
Destruction of Property
144(1)
Computer Crimes
145(4)
Web Links
149(1)
Key Terms
149(1)
Review Questions
150(1)
Review Problems
150(1)
End Notes
151(2)
Crimes Against the Public
153(56)
Defining a ``Crime Against the Public''
154(1)
Crimes Against Public Morality
155(12)
Prostitution and Solicitation
155(1)
Deviate Sexual Conduct
155(3)
Indecent Exposure and Lewdness
158(1)
Obscenity
158(3)
Regulating the Internet
161(6)
Crimes Against the Public Order
167(13)
Introduction
167(1)
Riot and Unlawful Assembly
167(1)
Disturbing the Peace
168(1)
Incitement/Advocacy of Unlawful Conduct
168(2)
Threats
170(1)
Vagrancy and Panhandling
170(3)
Crimes Involving Firearms
173(2)
Drug and Alcohol Crimes
175(5)
Crimes Against the Administration of Government
180(9)
Perjury
180(3)
Bribery
183(1)
Tax Crimes
184(2)
Obstruction of Justice
186(1)
Contempt
187(2)
Crimes Against Sovereignty and Security
189(11)
Treason
189(2)
Sedition & Espionage
191(1)
Terrorism
191(9)
Crimes Against the Environment
200(5)
Clean Water Act
202(1)
Clean Air Act
202(1)
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act
202(1)
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
203(1)
Occupational Safety and Health Act
203(1)
Toxic Substances Control Act
203(1)
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act
204(1)
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
204(1)
Endangered Species Act
204(1)
Marine Mammal Protection Act
204(1)
Web Links
205(1)
Key Terms
205(1)
Review Questions
205(1)
Review Problems
206(1)
End Notes
207(2)
Parties and Inchoate Offenses
209(12)
Parties to Crimes
210(1)
Inchoate Crimes
211(7)
Attempt
211(3)
Conspiracy
214(4)
Solicitation
218(1)
Web Links
218(1)
Key Terms
219(1)
Review Questions
219(1)
Review Problems
219(1)
End Notes
220(1)
Factual and Statutory Defenses
221(24)
``Defense'' Defined
222(1)
Affirmative Defenses
222(1)
Insanity
223(7)
M'Naghten
224(1)
Irresistible Impulse
225(1)
Durham
225(1)
The Model Penal Code Test
225(1)
Guilty But Mentally Ill
226(1)
Procedures of the Insanity Defense
226(1)
Disposition of the Criminally Insane
227(2)
Insanity at the Time of Trial
229(1)
Duress and Necessity
230(1)
Use-of-Force Defenses
231(7)
Self-Defense
231(2)
Defense of Others
233(1)
Defense of Property and Habitation
233(1)
Imperfect Self-Defense
234(1)
Arrests
234(4)
Infancy
238(1)
Intoxication
239(1)
Mistake
239(1)
Entrapment
240(1)
Alibi and Consent
241(1)
Statutes of Limitation
241(1)
Web Links
242(1)
Key Terms
243(1)
Review Questions
243(1)
Review Problems
243(1)
End Notes
244(1)
Constitutional Defenses
245(30)
Introduction
246(1)
Double Jeopardy
246(1)
Self-Incrimination and Immunity
247(2)
Due Process and Equal Protection
249(2)
Vagueness and Overbreadth
251(1)
Ex Post Facto and Bills of Attainder
251(1)
First Amendment and Religion
252(7)
First Amendment and Speech
259(7)
Privacy and Other Unenumerated Rights
266(5)
Web Links
271(1)
Key Terms
271(1)
Review Questions
271(1)
Review Problems
272(1)
End Notes
272(3)
PART II Criminal Procedure
Introduction and Participants
275(22)
Criminal Procedure Defined
276(1)
A Common-Law, Adversarial, and Accusatorial System
276(2)
The Due Process Model
278(1)
The Participants
279(14)
Law Enforcement Officers
279(1)
Prosecutors
280(7)
Judges
287(1)
Defense Attorneys
288(4)
Victims
292(1)
Liability of Governments and Their Officials
293(2)
Web Links
295(1)
Key Terms
295(1)
Review Questions
295(1)
Review Problems
295(1)
End Notes
296(1)
The Constitutional Aspects of Criminal Procedure
297(14)
Introduction
298(1)
Incorporation
298(2)
Expansion of Rights
300(1)
Exclusionary Rule
300(3)
Exclusionary Rule and Exceptions
303(1)
Fruit of the Poisonous Tree
303(1)
Standing
304(1)
State Constitutions and the ``New Federalism''
305(4)
Web Links
309(1)
Key Terms
310(1)
Review Questions
310(1)
Review Problems
310(1)
End Notes
310(1)
Searches, Seizures, and Arrests
311(68)
The Fourth Amendment
312(7)
Privacy
312(7)
Probable Cause
319(9)
Searches and Seizures
328(34)
The Warrant Requirement
328(6)
Exceptions to the Search Warrant Requirement
334(28)
Arrest
362(13)
Defining Arrest
362(1)
The Warrant Preference
363(2)
Arrests in Protected Areas
365(4)
Search Incident to Arrest and the Protective Sweep
369(2)
Executing Arrest Warrants
371(1)
Illegal Arrests
372(1)
Analyzing Fourth Amendment Problems
372(3)
Web Links
375(1)
Key Terms
376(1)
Review Questions
376(1)
Review Problems
376(1)
End Notes
377(2)
Interrogation and Other Law Enforcement Practices
379(26)
Interrogations, Confessions, and Admissions
380(10)
Miranda
380(9)
Sixth Amendment
389(1)
Voluntariness Requirement
390(1)
Electronic Surveillance
390(3)
Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control Act
390(3)
Pretrial Identification Procedures
393(9)
Lineups and One-Man Showups
393(1)
The Fairness Right
394(2)
Photographs
396(1)
Scientific Identification Procedures
396(5)
Exclusion of Improper Identifications
401(1)
Web Links
402(1)
Key Terms
402(1)
Review Questions
402(1)
Review Problems
403(1)
End Notes
403(2)
The Pretrial Process
405(30)
Introduction
406(1)
Discovery and Investigation of Criminal Activity
406(1)
Arrest
406(1)
The Complaint
406(5)
Initial Appearance
411(1)
Pretrial Release and Detention
411(2)
Types of Release
411(1)
Eighth Amendment
412(1)
Detention
412(1)
Preliminary Hearing
413(3)
The Formal Charge
416(5)
Indictment and Grand Jury
416(5)
Information
421(1)
Arraignment
421(1)
Pretrial Activity
422(7)
Discovery
422(5)
Motion Practice
427(2)
Pretrial Conference
429(1)
Extradition and Detainers
429(2)
Removal
431(1)
Web Links
431(1)
Key Terms
431(1)
Review Questions
432(1)
Review Problems
432(1)
End Notes
432(3)
Trial
435(22)
Trial Rights of Defendants
436(14)
The Right to a Jury Trial
436(1)
The Right to a Public Trial
437(5)
The Right to Confrontation and Cross-Examination
442(1)
The Presumption of Innocence/Burden of Proof
442(1)
The Right to Speedy Trial
443(2)
The Right to Counsel
445(5)
Trial Procedure
450(4)
Voir Dire
450(1)
Preliminary Instructions
450(1)
Opening Statements
451(1)
The Prosecution's Case in Chief
451(1)
The Defense Case
452(1)
Rebuttal
452(1)
Closing Arguments
453(1)
Final Instructions
453(1)
Jury Deliberations and Verdict
453(1)
JNOV/New Trial
454(1)
Web Links
454(1)
Key Terms
455(1)
Review Questions
455(1)
Review Problems
455(1)
End Notes
455(2)
Sentencing and Appeal
457(42)
Sentencing
458(33)
Sentencing Procedure
458(2)
Forms of Punishment
460(29)
Habitual Offender Statutes
489(2)
Postconviction Remedies
491(5)
Appeal
491(1)
Habeas Corpus
492(4)
Web Links
496(1)
Key Terms
496(1)
Review Questions
496(1)
Review Problems
496(1)
End Notes
497(2)
Appendix A The Constitution of the United States of America 499(10)
Appendix B Selected Excerpts from the Model Penal Code 509(34)
Glossary 543(8)
Index 551


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