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Criminal Procedure (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac)

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780534629281

ISBN10:
0534629288
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/30/2004
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing

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Summary

Preface. 1. Criminal Procedure: The Big Picture. 2. The Constitution and Criminal Procedure. 3. Searches and Seizures. 4. Stop and Frisk. 5. Seizures of Persons: Arrest. 6. Searches for Evidence. 7. Special-Needs Searches. 8. Police Interrogation and Confessions. 9. Identification Procedures. 10. Constitutional Violations: Exclusionary Rule and Entrapment. 11. Constitutional Violations: Other Remedies against Government Misconduct. 12. Starting Court Proceedings. 13. Pretrial, Trial, and Conviction. 14. After Conviction. 15. Criminal Procedure in Crisis Times. Appendix. 1st, 8th, and 14th Amendments of the Constitution of the United States. Glossary. Table of Cases. Index.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Criminal Procedure: The Big Picture
1(23)
The Criminal Procedure Roadmap
2(1)
The ``Big Picture'' Is Balance
2(4)
Safety and Autonomy
4(1)
Ends and Means
5(1)
``Good'' Evidence and ``Bad'' Methods
6(1)
A Capsule History of Balance in Criminal Procedure
6(4)
The Roman Republic and Empire
7(1)
England
7(1)
United States, 1776-1899
7(1)
United States, 1900-1959
8(1)
United States, 1960-2004
9(1)
Law and Discretion in Criminal Procedure
10(1)
Hunches Aren't Enough
11(1)
Due Process: Hearing Before Condemnation
11(1)
The Text-Case Method
12(8)
Parts of Case Excerpts
14(3)
Precedent and Stare Decisis
17(1)
Appellate Cases
18(1)
Briefing the Cases
19(1)
Summary
20(2)
Review Questions
22(1)
Key Terms
23(1)
The Constitution and Criminal Procedure
24(33)
Constitutionalism
25(1)
The Sources of Criminal Procedure
26(4)
The U.S. Constitution and Federal Courts
28(1)
State Constitution and Courts
28(1)
Federal and State Statutes and Rules
29(1)
Model Codes and Rules
29(1)
Due Process of Law
30(4)
Case: Brown et al. v. Mississippi
34(3)
The Rest of the Story: Brown v. Mississippi
37(5)
The Fundamental Fairness Doctrine
41(1)
Case: Rochin v. California
42(5)
The Incorporation Doctrine
44(3)
Equal Protection of the Law
47(1)
Case: U.S. v. Armstrong
48(5)
Summary
53(2)
Review Questions
55(1)
Key Terms
56(1)
Searches and Seizures
57(37)
Searches and Seizures
57(4)
Purpose of the Fourth Amendment
59(1)
Three-Step Fourth Amendment Analysis
60(1)
Degrees of Objective Basis Required
60(1)
Searches
61(2)
The ``Expectation of Privacy''
62(1)
Case: Katz v. United States
63(7)
Plain View, Hearing, Smell, and Touch
69(1)
High-Tech Enhancements of Ordinary Senses
69(1)
Case: United States v. White
70(2)
Case: Kyllo v. U.S.
72(5)
Unprotected Places
75(1)
Abandoned Property
76(1)
Case: California v. Greenwood
77(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. Morris
80(2)
Seizures
82(2)
Case: California v. Hodari D.
84(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: In the Matter of the Welfare of E.D.J.
87(2)
Summary
89(2)
Review Questions
91(1)
Key Terms
92(2)
Stop and Frisk
94(63)
Stops, Frisks, and the Fourth Amendment
95(6)
Stop-and-Frisk Law
98(1)
Two Approaches to Fourth Amendment Analysis
98(2)
Terry v. Ohio and Stop and Frisk
100(1)
Case: Terry v. Ohio
101(4)
The Rest of the Story: Terry v. Ohio
105(3)
Stops and the Fourth Amendment
108(3)
Reasonable Suspicion
109(2)
Case: Illinois v. Wardlow
111(5)
Case: Florida v. J.L.
116(2)
Case: U.S. v. Weaver
118(4)
Case: United States v. Sokolow
122(2)
The Scope of Reasonable Stops
124(1)
Case: U.S. v. Sharpe and Savage
124(3)
Case: People v. Courtney
127(2)
Special Situation Stops
129(1)
Removing Passengers from Stopped Vehicles
129(1)
Case: Maryland v. Wilson
129(4)
State Constitutional Law Case: Commonwealth v. Gonsalves
133(2)
Stops at International Borders
134(1)
Case: United States v. Montoya de Hernandez
135(4)
Roadblocks
138(1)
Case: Michigan v. Sitz
139(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: Sitz v. Michigan Department of State Police
142(5)
Frisks and the Fourth Amendment
147(2)
Reasonable Suspicion to Back Up Frisks
147(1)
The Scope of Lawful Frisks
148(1)
Case: Commonwealth v. Guillespie
149(3)
Summary
152(3)
Review Questions
155(1)
Key Terms
156(1)
Seizures of Persons: Arrest
157(36)
The Issues of Arrests
158(1)
The Definition of Arrest
158(2)
Reasonable Arrest
160(3)
Probable Cause
160(3)
Case: Draper v. United States
163(8)
The Manner of Arrest
169(2)
Case: Payton v. New York
171(2)
Case: Welsh v. Wisconsin
173(6)
Case: Tennessee v. Garner
179(2)
Case: Graham v. Connor
181(3)
After the Arrest
184(1)
Case: Atwater v. City of Lago Vista
184(5)
Summary
189(2)
Review Questions
191(1)
Key Terms
191(2)
Searches for Evidence
193(53)
The Power to Search
194(1)
Searches with Warrants
195(1)
The Particularity Requirement
196(1)
The Probable Cause Affidavit
196(1)
The ``Knock-and-Announce'' Rule
196(1)
Case: Wilson v. Arkansas
196(4)
Searches without Warrants
200(2)
Searches Incident to (at the time of) Arrest
201(1)
Case: Chimel v. California
202(2)
Case: New York v. Belton
204(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: Commonwealth v. Gelineau and Theobald
207(3)
Case: Knowles v. Iowa
210(2)
Case: Whren v. U.S.
212(4)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. Ladson
216(3)
Consent Searches
217(2)
Case: Schneckloth v. Bustamonte
219(6)
Case: United States v. Rodney
225(4)
Case: Illinois v. Rodriguez
229(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. McLees
232(2)
Vehicle Searches
233(1)
Case: Carroll v. United States
234(3)
Case: Wyoming v. Houghton
237(4)
Container Searches
240(1)
Emergency Searches
240(1)
Summary
241(3)
Review Questions
244(1)
Key Terms
245(1)
Special-Needs Searches
246(26)
Special Needs vs. the Expectation of Privacy
247(1)
Inventory Searches
248(1)
Case: South Dakota v. Opperman
249(2)
State Constitutional Law Case: State V. Opperman
251(1)
International Border Searches
252(1)
Airport Searches
253(1)
Custody-Related Searches
253(2)
Prisoners
254(1)
Case: Mary Beth G. v. City of Chicago
255(3)
Probationers and Parolees
257(1)
Visitors and Employees
257(1)
Case: Cochrane v. Quattrocchi
258(3)
Student Searches
261(1)
Case: Commonwealth v. Neilson
262(2)
Employee Drug Searches
264(1)
Case: National Treasury Employees Union v. Von Raab
264(4)
Summary
268(2)
Review Questions
270(1)
Key Terms
271(1)
Police Interrogation and Confessions
272(41)
The Interrogation and Confession Setting
273(3)
The Importance of Interrogation and Confessions
274(1)
The Abuse of Interrogation
275(1)
The Constitution and Self-Incrimination
276(5)
Three Constitutional Approaches
276(4)
The Meaning of Witness Against Himself
280(1)
Case: Schmerber v. California
281(2)
The Meaning of Compelled
282(1)
Miranda v. Arizona
283(1)
Case: Miranda v. Arizona
283(4)
The Rest of the Story: Miranda v. Arizona
287(4)
The Miranda ``Bright-Line'' Rules
289(1)
The Meaning of Custody
290(1)
Case: Berkemer, Sheriff of Franklin County v. McCarty
291(4)
The Public Safety Exception
293(2)
Case: United States v. Reyes
295(2)
The Waiver of Rights to Counsel and to Remain Silent
297(1)
Valid Waivers
297(1)
Case: North Carolina v. Butler
298(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: Commonwealth v. Washington
301(2)
Voluntary Self-Incrimination
302(1)
Case: Colorado v. Connelly
303(3)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. Bowe
306(2)
Summary
308(3)
Review Questions
311(1)
Key Terms
312(1)
Identification Procedures
313(36)
Identifying Strangers
314(1)
The Risks of Mistaken Eyewitness Identification
315(2)
Perception
315(1)
Memory
316(1)
Suggestion and Recall
316(1)
The Constitution and Identification Procedures
317(3)
Lineups
318(2)
Case: McFadden v. Cabana
320(4)
Show-Ups
323(1)
Case: Neil v. Biggers
324(6)
Photo Identification
329(1)
Case: Manson v. Brathwaite
330(5)
State Constitutional Law Case: Commonwealth v. Johnson
335(3)
DNA Profile Identification
338(2)
The Reliability of DNA Testing
338(1)
Legal Standards for Admitting DNA Profile Evidence
339(1)
Case: State v. Bloom
340(4)
Summary
344(3)
Review Questions
347(1)
Key Terms
348(1)
Constitutional Violations: Exclusionary Rule and Entrapment
349(45)
Remedies Against Office Misconduct
350(1)
The Exclusionary Rule
351(3)
History
352(2)
Case: Mapp v. Ohio
354(2)
The Rest of the Story: Mapp v. Ohio
356(8)
Justifications
358(2)
Scope
360(3)
Illegally Seized (Arrested) Persons
363(1)
Case: Matta-Ballesteros v. Henman
364(3)
The Reasonable Good-Faith Exception
367(1)
Case: United States v. Leon
367(4)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. Novembrino
371(4)
``Bad Methods'' by Non-Law Enforcement Government Officials
374(1)
Case: Arizona v. Evans
375(6)
Social Costs and Deterrent Effects
379(2)
The Defense of Entrapment
381(2)
Subjective Tests
382(1)
Case: Jacobson v. United States
383(6)
Objective Test
389(1)
Summary
389(2)
Review Questions
391(1)
Key Terms
392(2)
Constitutional Violations: Other Remedies Against Government Misconduct
394(29)
Remedies for Official Misconduct
395(1)
Criminal Actions
395(1)
Civil Actions
395(2)
Suing U.S. Officers and the U.S. Government
396(1)
Case: Anderson v. Creighton
397(7)
Suing State Officers
401(1)
Suing State and Local Governments
402(1)
Law Enforcement Failure to Protect
403(1)
Case: Pinder v. Johnson
404(5)
Suing Judges and Prosecutors
409(1)
Case: Burns v. Reed
409(4)
Hurdles to Suing Officers and the Government
412(1)
Administrative Remedies
413(4)
Internal Review
413(2)
External Review
415(2)
Summary
417(4)
Review Questions
421(1)
Key Terms
422(1)
Starting Court Proceedings
423(37)
Starting Court Proceedings
424(1)
The Decision to Charge
425(1)
Probable Cause to Detain Suspects
426(2)
Case: County of Riverside v. McLaughlin
428(3)
First Appearance
431(4)
Inform Suspects of the Charges Against Them
431(1)
Inform Suspects of Their Constitutional Rights
431(1)
Set Bail or Detain Suspects
432(3)
Case: United States v. Salerno
435(3)
Case: Bell v. Wolfish
438(4)
Appoint Attorneys for Indigent Defendants
441(1)
Case: Gideon v. Wainwright
442(2)
The Rest of the Story: Gideon v. Wainwright
444(4)
Case: Scott v. Illinois
448(5)
State Constitutional Law Case: State v. Smith
453(3)
Summary
456(2)
Review Questions
458(1)
Key Terms
459(1)
Pretrial, Trial, and Conviction
460(41)
After the Decision to Charge
461(1)
Testing the Government's Case
461(5)
The Preliminary Hearing
463(1)
Grand Jury Review
463(3)
Arraignment
466(1)
Pretrial Motions
467(7)
Double Jeopardy
467(3)
A Speedy Trial
470(2)
Change of Venue
472(1)
Suppression of Evidence
473(1)
Conviction by Jury Trial
474(2)
The Moral Seriousness Standard
475(1)
The Twelve-Member Jury Requirement
475(1)
Case: Ballew v. Georgia
476(3)
Jury Selection
478(1)
Case: Lockhart v. McCree
479(4)
The Right to a Public Trial
482(1)
The Stages and Rules of Jury Trials
483(7)
Opening Statements
483(1)
Presenting Evidence
484(2)
Closing Arguments
486(2)
Jury Instructions
488(1)
Jury Deliberations
488(1)
The ``Unanimous Verdict'' Requirement
489(1)
Jury Nullification
490(1)
Conviction by Guilty Plea
490(2)
The Debate over Conviction by Guilty Plea
491(1)
The Constitution and Guilty Please
491(1)
Case: North Carolina v. Alford
492(2)
Summary
494(4)
Review Questions
498(1)
Key Terms
499(2)
After Conviction
501(26)
Procedures After Conviction
502(1)
Sentencing
503(3)
The History of Sentencing
503(2)
The Division of Sentencing Authority
505(1)
Sentencing Guidelines and Mandatory Minimum Sentences
506(1)
Case: U.S. v. Rivera; U.S. v. Adamo
506(8)
Case: U.S. v. Brigham
514(4)
Offenders' Rights at Sentencing
516(1)
Death Sentences
517(1)
Appeals
518(1)
Collateral Attack (Habeas Corpus)
519(4)
Summary
523(1)
Review Questions
524(1)
Key Terms
525(2)
Criminal Procedure in Crisis Times
527(32)
Balancing Rights and Security During Emergencies
528(1)
The History of Criminal Procedure During Wartime
529(2)
Surveillance and Terrorism
531(3)
Tier 1: ``Real Time'' Electronic Surveillance
532(1)
Tier 2: Surveilling Stored Electronic Communications
532(1)
Tier 3: Secret ``Caller ID''
533(1)
``Sneak and Peek'' Searches
534(1)
The Detention of Terrorist Suspects
535(2)
Case: Padilla v. Rumsfeld
537(6)
Terrorist Suspects' Right to Counsel
543(1)
Case: Padilla v. Rumsfeld
544(3)
Terrorist Trials by Military Courts After 9/11
547(4)
Sources of Military Commission Authority
547(1)
Jurisdiction of Military Commissions
548(1)
Trial Proceedings of Military Commissions
549(2)
Summary
551(4)
Review Questions
555(1)
Key Terms
556(3)
Appendix: Selected Amendments of the Constitution of the United States 559(2)
Glossary 561(12)
Bibliography 573(8)
Case Index 581(6)
Index 587


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