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The latest edition of Criminal Law and Procedure examines the elements of crimes, parties to crimes, and basic legal (constitutional and statutory) and factual defenses. Parties in the criminal justice system, basic constitutional framework, and the law of searches, seizures, arrests, interrogations, and other law enforcement practices are covered in detail. The process of criminal cases, from first appearance to appeal is also included.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Legal System of the United States|
|Introduction to Criminal Law|
|The Two Essential Elements|
|Crimes Against the Person|
|Crimes Against Property and Habitation|
|Crimes Against the Public|
|Parties and Inchoate Offenses|
|Factual and Statutory Defenses|
|Introduction and Participants|
|The Constitutional Aspects of Criminal Procedure|
|Searches, Seizures, and Arrests|
|Interrogation and Other Law Enforcement Practices|
|The Pretrial Process|
|Sentencing and Appeal|
|The Constitution of the United States of America|
|Selected Excerpts from the Model Penal Code|
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