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Criminal Procedure With Infotrac

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780534550103

ISBN10:
053455010X
Media:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/26/2001
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing
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Summary

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE helps you understand the central theme in constitutional democracies--balancing the need for government power to protect public safety with the guarantee of individual liberty and privacy. By focusing on comprehension and not memorization, the textbook helps you understand our criminal procedures and why we need them. This text examines the constitutional requirements of criminal procedure and how these requirements are applied by the courts to law enforcement, prosecution, defense, pre-trial proceedings, adjudication, sentencing, appeal, and habeas corpus. And to ensure that you succeed in your course, you'll find helpful in-text learning aids as well as a companion CD-ROM packaged with every new copy of the book.

Table of Contents

Preface viii
Criminal Procedure: A Question of Balance
1(32)
Balance-The Essence of Criminal Procedure
2(1)
Society and Individual
2(1)
Ends and Means
3(1)
Playing by the Rules
3(6)
Burden of Proof
3(3)
Adversary Process
6(1)
Accusatory System
6(1)
Due Process
7(1)
Human Dignity
8(1)
History of Criminal Procedure
9(2)
Individual Liberty, Privacy, and the ``War on Drugs''
11(1)
How to Read, Analyze, and Find Cases
12(13)
Federal, State, and Local Governments
25(1)
Separation of Powers
26(2)
Deciding Cases and Promoting Values
28(1)
Summary
29(4)
The Criminal Process
33(16)
Introduction
34(2)
Detection and Investigation
36(3)
Arrest
37(1)
Searches
38(1)
Bookings
38(1)
Follow-up Investigation
38(1)
Prosecution
39(1)
Adjudication
39(5)
First Appearance
40(1)
Testing the Government's Case
40(1)
Arraignment
41(1)
Pretrial Motions
41(1)
Trials
42(1)
Sentencing
42(1)
Review Proceedings
43(1)
Discretion and the Criminal Process
44(2)
Summary
46(3)
The Constitution and Criminal Procedure
49(37)
Constitutionalism
50(1)
The Sources of Criminal Procedure
51(3)
The U.S. Constitution and Federal Courts
53(1)
State Constitutions and State Courts
53(1)
Federal and State Statutes and Rules
53(1)
Model Codes and Rules
54(1)
The Supremacy Clause and Judical Review
54(1)
Due Process of Law
55(21)
History of the Due Process Clause
55(19)
The Incorporation Doctrine
74(2)
Equal Protection of the Law
76(7)
Summary
83(3)
Searches and Seizures
86(49)
Purposes of Searches and Seizures
87(1)
Purpose of the Fourth Amendment
87(1)
Fourth Amendment Analysis
88(1)
Fourth Amendment ``Searches''
89(34)
``Expectation of Privacy''
91(7)
Plain View, Hearing, Smell, and Touch
98(1)
High-Tech Enhancement of Ordinary Senses
99(12)
Open Fields
111(1)
Public Places
112(1)
Abandoned Property
112(11)
Fourth Amendment ``Seizures''
123(8)
Summary
131(4)
Stop and Frisk
135(75)
Introduction
136(1)
The Constitution and Criminal Investigation
137(1)
Stops, Frisks, and Public Policy
137(1)
Stop-and-Frisk Law
137(16)
Two Approaches to Stop-and-Frisk Law
139(1)
The Test of ``Reasonableness''
139(1)
Terry v. Ohio and Stop-and-Frisk Law
140(13)
Stops
153(48)
Definition of Fourth Amendment Stops
153(2)
Reasonable Suspicion
155(19)
Scope of Reasonable Stops
174(12)
Stops at International Borders
186(5)
Roadblocks
191(10)
Frisks
201(5)
Definition of Frisk
201(1)
Reasonable Suspicion for Frisks
201(1)
Scope of Lawful Frisks
202(4)
Summary
206(4)
Seizures of Persons: Arrest
210(34)
Purposes of Arrest and Arrest Law
211(1)
The Definition of Arrest
211(4)
Probable Cause
215(14)
The Manner of Arrest
229(12)
The Warrant Requirement
230(2)
Arrests in Homes
232(3)
Deadly Force
235(2)
Nondeadly Force
237(4)
The Period After Arrest
241(1)
Summary
241(3)
Searches for Evidence
244(79)
The Importance of the Power to Search
245(1)
Searches with Warrants
246(16)
The Particularity Requirement
246(11)
The Knock-and-Announce Rule
257(5)
Searches Without Warrants
262(57)
Searches Incident to (at the time of) Arrest
263(19)
Consent Searches
282(20)
Vehicle Searches
302(11)
Emergency Searches
313(6)
Container Searches
319(1)
Summary
319(4)
Special-Needs Searches
323(27)
Introduction
324(1)
Inventory Searches
325(5)
Border Searches
330(1)
Airport Searches
331(1)
Searches of Prisoners
331(3)
Searches of Probationers and Parolees
334(1)
Searches of Visitors and Employees of Prisons and Jails
334(5)
Searches of Students
339(4)
Employee Drug Testing
343(4)
Summary
347(3)
Police Interrogation and Confessions
350(59)
The Confession and Interrogation Setting
351(1)
The Importance of Interrogation and Confessions
352(1)
The Abuse of Interrogation
353(1)
The Constitution and Self-Incrimination
354(50)
The Due Process Approach
355(1)
The Right-to-Counsel Approach
356(1)
The Self-Incrimination Approach
357(1)
The Meaning of ``Witness against Himself''
358(4)
The Meaning of ``Compelled''
362(1)
The Importance of Miranda v. Arizona
363(13)
The Effects of Miranda v. Arizona
376(1)
The Meaning of Interrogation
377(8)
The Meaning of Custody
385(3)
The Public Safety Exception to Miranda v. Arizona
388(4)
Waiver of Miranda Rights
392(2)
Voluntary Self-Incrimination
394(10)
Coerced Confessions and the ``Harmless Error Rule''
404(1)
Summary
404(5)
Identification Procedures
409(43)
Importance and Dangers of Eyewitness Identification
410(3)
The Constitution and Identification Procedures
413(1)
Lineups
414(7)
Show-Ups
421(5)
Photographic Identification
426(13)
Refusal to Cooperate in Identification Procedures
439(1)
DNA Profile Identification
439(9)
Summary
448(4)
Constitutional Violations: Exclusionary Rule and Other Process Remedies
452(56)
Nature and Kinds of Remedies
453(1)
The Exclusionary Rule
454(27)
History of the Exclusionary Rule
454(8)
Justifications for the Exclusionary Rule
462(2)
Exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule
464(15)
Social Costs and Deterrent Effects
479(2)
Other Process Remedies
481(23)
Dismissal
481(5)
The Defense of Entrapment
486(11)
Reversible Error
497(1)
Expungement of Arrest Records
498(6)
Internal Disciplinary Procedures
504(1)
Summary
504(4)
Constitutional Violations: Suing the Government
508(24)
Introduction
509(1)
State Civil Actions
509(1)
Federal Civil Actions
510(16)
Injunction
526(4)
Summary
530(2)
Starting Court Proceedings
532(44)
The Initiation of Formal Proceedings
533(1)
The Decision to Charge
534(3)
Probable Cause Determination
537(5)
First Appearance
542(2)
Informing Suspects of Their Rights
542(1)
Detaining and Releasing Defendants
543(1)
The Constitution and Bail
544(9)
Preventive Detention
546(3)
Conditions of Pretrial Confinement
549(4)
The Right to Counsel
553(19)
When the Right to Counsel Attaches
560(2)
The Meaning of ``All Criminal Prosecutions''
562(4)
The Standard of Indigence
566(1)
The Right to Effective Counsel
567(5)
Summary
572(4)
Pretrial, Trial, and Conviction
576(48)
Testing the Government's Case
577(7)
Grand Jury Review and Preliminary Hearings
578(1)
Preliminary Hearing
578(1)
Grand Jury Review
579(4)
Summary of Preliminary Hearing and Grand Jury Review
583(1)
Arraignment
584(1)
Pretrial Motions
584(9)
Double Jeopardy Motions
584(3)
Speedy Trial Motions
587(2)
Change-of-Venue and Continuance Motions
589(3)
Change-of-Judge Motions
592(1)
Motions to Suppress
592(1)
Conviction
593(20)
Jury Trial
594(9)
The Right to a Public Trial
603(10)
Conviction by Guilty Plea
613(4)
Summary
617(7)
After Conviction
624(38)
After Conviction
625(1)
Sentencing
625(25)
Sentencing Authority
627(1)
Guidelines and Mandatory Minimum Sentencing
628(17)
Offenders' Rights at Sentencing
645(5)
Appeals
650(6)
Habeas Corpus
656(2)
Summary
658(4)
Appendix Constitution of the United States 662(15)
Glossary 677(7)
Table of Cases 684(8)
Index 692


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