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Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional with Infotrac

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8/3/2004
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Summary

Part One: FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. 1. Individual Rights Under the United States Constitution. 2. Criminal Courts and Criminal Trials. 3. Basic Underlying Concepts: The Exclusionary Rule, Privacy, Probable Cause, and Reasonableness. Part Two: ARRESTS, SEARCH WARRANTS, STOPS, AND FRISKS. 4. Arrest. 5. Search Warrants. 6. Stops and Frisks. Part Three: EXCEPTIONS TO THE SEARCH WARRANT REQUIREMENT. 7. Search Incident to Arrest. 8. Consent Searches. 9. The Plain View Doctrine. 10. Search and Seizure of Vehicles and Containers. 11. Open Fields and Abandoned Property. Part Four: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND THE FIFTH AND SIXTH AMENDMENTS. 12. Admissions and Confessions. 13. Pretrial Identification Procedures.

Table of Contents

Preface xvi
Introduction xxi
PART I Framework for the Study of Criminal Procedure 1(150)
Chapter 1 Individual Rights under the United States Constitution
2(38)
History
4(2)
The Original Constitution
6(1)
The Bill of Rights
7(3)
Individual Rights in the Original Constitution
10(2)
Individual Rights in the Bill of Rights
12(22)
Amendment I
12(5)
Freedom of Religion
12(2)
Freedom of Speech
14(1)
Freedom of the Press
14(1)
The Right to Assembly and Petition
15(1)
Am I Liable?
16(1)
Amendment II
17(1)
Amendment III
18(1)
Amendment IV
18(1)
Amendment V
19(5)
Indictment by Grand Jury
19(1)
Freedom from Double Jeopardy
19(2)
Privilege against Self-Incrimination
21(1)
The Right to Due Process
22(1)
The Right to Just Compensation
23(1)
Amendment VI
24(4)
The Right to a Speedy and Public Trial
24(1)
Trial by an Impartial Jury
25(1)
The Right to Notice of Changes
25(1)
The Right to Confrontation of Witnesses
25(1)
Guarantee of Compulsory Process
26(1)
The Right to Representation by Counsel
26(2)
Amendment VII
28(1)
Amendment VIII
28(2)
The Right to Bail
28(1)
Freedom from Cruel and Unusual Punishment
29(1)
Amendment IX
30(1)
Amendment X
31(1)
Later Amendments Dealing with Individual Rights
31(1)
Amendment XIII
31(1)
Amendment XIV
32(1)
The Right to Due Process
32(1)
The Right to Equal Protection of the Laws
32(1)
Amendment XV
33(1)
Amendment XIX
33(1)
Amendment XXVI
33(1)
Amendment XXIV
34(1)
Conclusion
34(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
35(1)
Internet References
35(5)
Chapter 2 Criminal Courts and Criminal Trials
40(50)
Structure of the Court System
42(5)
Federal Courts
43(3)
State Courts
46(1)
Preliminary Proceedings
47(6)
The Complaint
47(3)
Affidavits
50(1)
Warrant or Summons Issued on the Complaint
50(1)
Initial Appearance before the Magistrate
51(1)
Preliminary Hearing
51(2)
Indictment and Information
53(6)
Sufficiency of the Indictment
55(1)
Joinder and Severance
55(1)
Duplicity and Multiplicity
56(1)
Prosecutorial Discretion
56(1)
Grand Jury
57(1)
Waiver of Indictment
58(1)
Warrant or Summons Issued on the Indictment
59(1)
Arraignment and Preparation for Trial
59(9)
Pleas
59(3)
Plea Bargaining
62(1)
Motions
63(1)
Depositions
64(1)
Discovery
64(2)
Subpoena
66(1)
Competency to Stand Trial
66(2)
Venue
68(1)
The Trial
69(7)
Trial without a Jury
70(1)
Selection of Jurors
70(3)
Presentation of Evidence
73(2)
Closing Arguments
75(1)
Instructions to the Jury
75(1)
Verdict
75(1)
Sentence and Judgment
76(4)
Posttrial Motions
80(1)
Remedies after Conviction
81(4)
Appeal
81(2)
Habeas Corpus
83(2)
Summary
85(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
86(1)
Internet References
86(4)
Chapter 3 Basic Underlying Concepts: The Exclusionary Rule, Privacy, Probable Cause, and Reasonableness
90(61)
Exclusionary Rule
92(14)
Federal-State Conflict
93(2)
Alternatives to the Exclusionary Rule
95(1)
Criticism of the Exclusionary Rule
96(1)
Fruit of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine
97(4)
Good-Faith Exception
101(3)
Standing
104(1)
Case in Point
105(1)
Privacy
106(4)
Probable Cause
110(29)
Definition
110(3)
Information Obtained through the Officer's Own Senses
113(1)
Am I Liable?
114(5)
Case in Point
119(2)
Information Obtained by the Officer through Informants
121(7)
Corroboration
128(5)
Totality-of-the-Circumstances Test
133(2)
Case in Point
135(4)
Reasonableness
139(2)
Summary
141(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
142(1)
Legal Scenarios
143(4)
Internet References
147(4)
PART II Arrest, Search Warrants, Stops, and Frisks 151(192)
Chapter 4 Arrest
152(56)
Definition of Formal Arrest
154(3)
Intention to Arrest
155(1)
Real or Pretended Authority
155(1)
Detention or Restraint
155(1)
Understanding by the Arrestee
156(1)
Seizures of the Person Tantamount to an Arrest
157(2)
Arrest Authority under a Warrant
159(9)
Arrest Warrant
160(1)
Complaint
160(1)
Probable Cause
161(1)
Requirements of an Arrest Warrant
162(2)
Summons
164(4)
Arrest Authority without a Warrant
168(3)
Misdemeanors
168(2)
Felonies
170(1)
Effecting a Formal Arrest
171(5)
Notice
172(1)
Time of Day
172(1)
Assistance
172(1)
Discretion
173(1)
Executing an Arrest Warrant
173(1)
Case in Point
174(2)
Place of Arrest
176(3)
Authority to Arrest as a Private Citizen
176(1)
Authority to Arrest in Fresh Pursuit
177(2)
Use of Force
179(4)
Felony Arrests
179(1)
Misdemeanor Arrests
180(1)
Self-Defense
180(1)
Am I Liable?
181(1)
Resisting Arrest
181(2)
Entry of Dwellings
183(6)
Entry of a Suspect's Home
183(1)
Entry of a Third Person's Home
184(1)
Exigent Circumstances
185(2)
Forced Entry
187(2)
Disposition of an Arrested Person
189(6)
Booking
190(1)
Initial Appearance before the Magistrate
190(1)
Safety Considerations
191(1)
Protection and Welfare of an Arrested Person
192(1)
Station-House Search
192(1)
Identification and Examination of an Arrested Person
193(2)
Effect of Illegal Arrest
195(2)
Summary
197(2)
Review and Discussion Questions
199(5)
Legal Scenarios 200 Internet References
204(4)
Chapter 5 Search Warrants
208(76)
History
210(2)
Definition
212(1)
Obtaining a Search Warrant
212(18)
Who May Issue Search Warrants
212(1)
Grounds for Issuance
213(13)
Securing a Dwelling While a Warrant is Being Sought
226(1)
Anticipatory Search Warrants
227(1)
Redaction of Search Warrants
228(2)
Contents of the Warrant
230(1)
Execution of the Warrant
230(17)
Who May Execute
230(1)
Time Considerations
231(4)
Knock-and-Announce Requirement
235(4)
Covert Entry ("Sneak and Peek") Warrants
239(1)
Case in Point
240(1)
Search and Seizure of Third Persons and Their Property
241(2)
Scope of the Search
243(1)
Am I Liable?
244(2)
Seizure of Items Not Named in the Warrant
246(1)
Duties after Search Is Completed
247(1)
Administrative Search Warrants
247(4)
Exceptions to Warrant Requirement
248(1)
Distinction between Administrative and Criminal Searches
249(2)
"Special Needs" Searches
251(5)
Searches of Students
252(1)
Searches of Government Employees
253(1)
Governmental Drug Testing
254(2)
Searches of Probationers
256(1)
Warrants for Electronic Surveillance
256(15)
History
257(3)
Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968
260(11)
Effect of Illegal Search and Seizure
271(1)
Summary
271(2)
Review and Discussion Questions
273(1)
Legal Scenarios
274(5)
Internet References
279(5)
Chapter 6 Stops and Frisks
284(59)
History
286(1)
Terry, Sibron, and Peters
287(3)
Terry v. Ohio
287(2)
Sibron v. New York
289(1)
Peters v. New York
289(1)
The Reasonableness Standard
290(2)
Determination of Whether to Stop
292(4)
What is a Stop?
292(3)
Case in Point
295(1)
Authority to Stop
296(1)
Am I Liable?
297(14)
Information from Informants
299(4)
Facts and Circumstances Determining Reasonableness
303(1)
Extent of Stop
304(7)
Determination of Whether to Frisk
311(3)
Limited Authority
311(1)
Scope of Search
312(2)
Specific Circumstances Justifying Stops and Frisks
314(16)
Evasive Behavior
314(1)
Observation of Bulge or Heavy Object
315(1)
Hand Concealed in Clothing; Force
316(1)
Innocent Conduct
316(1)
Case in Point
317(1)
Admission by Defendant
318(1)
Traffic Stops and Roadblocks
319(4)
Case in Point
323(1)
Racial Profiling
324(3)
Violent Crime
327(1)
Objects Felt during a Frisk
327(1)
Collective Knowledge of Police
328(1)
High-Crime Area
329(1)
Association with Known Criminals
330(1)
Miscellaneous Stop-and-Frisk Issues
330(5)
Stops and Miranda Warnings
331(1)
Frisking Persons of the Opposite Sex
331(1)
Containers and Other Property
331(4)
Summary
335(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
336(1)
Legal Scenarios
337(3)
Internet References
340(3)
PART III Exceptions to the Search Warrant Requirement 343(168)
Chapter 7 Search Incident to Arrest
344(30)
Chimel v. California
346(1)
Scope
347(1)
Search of the Arrestee's Body
348(5)
Full Search
349(1)
Remoteness of Search
350(1)
Am I Liable?
351(1)
Emergencies
352(1)
State Departures from the Robinson-Gustafson Rule
352(1)
Search of Area into Which the Arrestee Might Reach
353(5)
Search of Motor Vehicles
355(2)
Search of the Arrestee's Companions
357(1)
Search of Other Areas of the Premises
358(2)
Other Requirements for a Valid Search Incident to Arrest
360(6)
Lawful Custodial Arrest
360(2)
Contemporaneousness
362(1)
Case in Point
362(2)
Who May Conduct the Search?
364(1)
Use of Force
364(2)
Search Incident to Detention
366(1)
Summary
367(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
367(1)
Legal Scenarios
368(4)
Internet References
372(2)
Chapter 8 Consent Searches
374(36)
Voluntariness Requirement
377(11)
Force or Threat of Force
377(1)
Submission to a Fraudulent or Mistaken Claim of Authority
378(1)
Am I Liable?
379(1)
Misrepresentation or Deception
380(1)
Arrest or Detention
381(1)
Knowledge of the Right to Refuse Consent
382(1)
Informing Suspects That They Are Free to Go
383(1)
Suspect's Attitude about the Likelihood of Discovering Evidence
384(1)
Case in Point
384(1)
Clearness and Explicitness of Consent
385(1)
Notification of Counsel
385(1)
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Educational Factors
385(3)
Scope
388(4)
Consent Merely to Enter
388(1)
Area of Search
388(1)
Time
389(1)
Object of Search
390(1)
Revocation of Consent
391(1)
Who May Give Consent
392(10)
Persons Having Equal Rights or Interests in Property
394(1)
Landlord-Tenant
395(1)
Hotel Manager-Hotel Guest
396(1)
Host-Guest
396(1)
Employer-Employee
397(1)
School Official-Student
397(1)
Principal-Agent
398(1)
Husband-Wife
399(1)
Parent-Child
399(1)
Bailor-Bailee
400(1)
Voluntary Production of Evidence
401(1)
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy
401(1)
Summary
402(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
403(5)
Legal Scenarios 404 Internet References
408(2)
Chapter 9 The Plain View Doctrine
410(30)
Requirements of the Plain View Doctrine
413(17)
The Officer Must Have a Valid Justification for a Prior Intrusion into a Zone of Privacy
413(5)
Case in Point
418(1)
The Officer Must Not Unreasonably Intrude on Any Person's Reasonable Expectation of Privacy
419(1)
The Incriminating Character of the Item to be Seized Must Be Immediately Apparent to the Officer
420(1)
Am I Liable?
421(7)
The Discovery of the Item of Evidence by the Officer Need Not Be Inadvertent
428(2)
"Plain Touch" or "Plain Feel"
430(1)
Summary
431(2)
Review and Discussion Questions
433(1)
Legal Scenarios
434(4)
Internet References
438(2)
Chapter 10 Search and Seizure of Vehicles and Containers
440(34)
The Carroll Doctrine
442(12)
Probable Cause
443(1)
Delay in Search 443 Exigent Circumstances
444(3)
Entry onto Private Premises
447(1)
Case in Point
448(1)
Scope of Search
448(3)
Case in Point
451(2)
Am I Liable?
453(1)
Impoundment and Inventory of Vehicles
454(7)
Impoundment
454(2)
Inventory
456(5)
Expectation of Privacy
461(4)
Electronic Beepers
462(1)
Searches by Dogs
463(2)
Summary
465(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
466(1)
Legal Scenarios
467(4)
Internet References
471(3)
Chapter 11 Open Fields and Abandoned Property
474(37)
Hester v. United States
476(1)
Open Fields
476(9)
Determination of Curtilage
477(6)
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy
483(1)
Am I Liable?
484(1)
Plain View, Open Fields, and Observations into Constitutionally Protected Areas
485(1)
Case in Point
490(1)
Abandoned Property
491(10)
Indications of Intent to Abandon Property
492(6)
Lawfulness of Police Behavior
498(1)
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Property
499(2)
Summary
501(2)
Review and Discussion Questions
503(1)
Legal Scenarios
504(5)
Internet References
509(2)
PART IV Criminal Procedure and the Fifth and Sixth Amendments 511(98)
Chapter 12 Admissions and Confessions
512(66)
Historical Background
514(5)
Voluntariness
514(3)
Escobedo and Miranda
517(1)
Am I Liable?
518(1)
Facts and Holdings of Miranda
519(2)
Issues of Miranda
521(1)
Custody
521(9)
Focus of Investigation
522(1)
Place of Interrogation
523(3)
Investigative and Traffic Stops
526(1)
Time of Interrogation
527(1)
Presence of Other Persons
527(1)
Arrest or Restraint
528(1)
Police Coercion or Domination
528(1)
Psychological Restraints
529(1)
Interview Initiated by Suspect
529(1)
Interrogation
530(19)
Volunteered Statements
531(1)
Clarifying Questions
532(1)
Routine Questions
532(1)
Spontaneous Questions
533(1)
Questions Related to Public Safety
533(2)
Confrontation of Suspect with Evidence
535(1)
Confrontation of Suspect with Accomplice
535(1)
Statements or Actions of Officers
535(1)
Interrogation by Private Citizens
536(1)
Multiple Attempts at Interrogation
537(12)
Case in Point
549(1)
Warnings
549(3)
Manner of Giving Warnings
550(1)
Does the Suspect Require Warnings?
550(1)
Passage of Time
551(1)
Waiver
552(9)
Obtaining a Waiver
552(1)
Words and Actions Indicating a Waiver
553(4)
Burbine Prong 1: Voluntriness of the Waiver
557(1)
Burbine Prong 2: Requisite Level of Comprehension
557(4)
Other Miranda Issues
561(4)
Nontestimonial Evidence
561(1)
Fourth Amendment Violations
562(1)
Nature or Severity of Offense
563(1)
Undercover Agents
563(2)
Effect of Miranda in Court
565(1)
Summary
566(2)
Review and Discussion Questions
568(1)
Legal Scenarios
569(4)
Internet References
573(5)
Chapter 13 Pretrial Identification Procedures
578(31)
Requirement of Counsel-The Wade-Gilbert Rule
580(3)
Basis of the Court's Decision
580(2)
Waiver of the Right to Counsel
582(1)
Substitute Counsel
583(1)
Guidelines for Lineup Identifications
583(5)
Before the Lineup
583(3)
During the Lineup
586(2)
After the Lineup
588(1)
Exceptions to the Wade-Gilbert Rule
588(9)
Identifications Conducted before the Initiation of Adversary Judicial Proceedings
588(7)
Emergency Identifications
595(1)
Case in Point
595(1)
Preparatory Steps
596(1)
Photographic Identifications
597(1)
Am I Liable?
600(1)
Effect of an Improper Identification Procedure
601(1)
Summary
602(1)
Review and Discussion Questions
603(1)
Legal Scenarios
604(3)
Internet References
607(2)
Glossary 609(17)
Table of Cases 626(8)
Index 634


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