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This resource provides readers with essential cases and analysis on criminal procedure. It focuses on the processing of suspects and offenders from police identification and investigation through arrest and pretrial processes. This book is useful to police, criminal justice students and criminal justice faculty looking for a text with clear writing and practical examples of the application of important constitutional principles for criminal procedure. Criminal Procedure Law: Police Issues and the Supreme Court provides an in-depth analysis of contemporary problems such as: racial profiling, detention of enemy combatants, interrogations of young children suspects, searches of private dwellings and places (e.g., computers and cell phones).
Table of Contents
|Criminal Trials||p. 1|
|Key Points||p. 1|
|The Constitution and Its Amendments||p. 2|
|Criminal Procedure||p. 3|
|Interpreting the Constitution||p. 6|
|Organization of the Book||p. 12|
|Additional Readings||p. 16|
|Police Criminal Investigations||p. 17|
|Key Points||p. 17|
|The Criminal Justice Process and Policing||p. 17|
|Steps in the Criminal Justice Process||p. 18|
|Need to Understand Criminal Procedure Law||p. 20|
|Privacy Rights and People, Places, and Things||p. 26|
|Contemporary Issues: State Access to Computer Accounts, Cell Phones, and Text Messages||p. 31|
|Additional Readings||p. 33|
|Stops and Frisks||p. 35|
|Key Points||p. 35|
|The Right of Ptivacy and Police Stops||p. 35|
|Reasonable Suspicion to Stop a Person||p. 37|
|Car Stops||p. 47|
|Frisks and Plain Feel Rule||p. 54|
|Contemporary Issues: Criminal and Racial Profiling||p. 62|
|Additional Readings||p. 66|
|Key Points||p. 67|
|The Fourth Amendment and Arrests||p. 67|
|The Fourth Amendment Requirement for a Warrant||p. 78|
|DNA and Other Items Identifying a Person||p. 80|
|Public Schools and Youth||p. 84|
|Use of Force||p. 89|
|Contemporary Issues: Detentions and Enemy Combatants||p. 92|
|Additional Readings||p. 102|
|Confessions and Interrogations||p. 103|
|Key Points||p. 103|
|The Fifth and Sixth Amendments||p. 103|
|The Requirements as Articulated in Miranda v. Arizona||p. 104|
|The Right to Remain Silent and to Counsel||p. 117|
|Contemporary Issues: St. Johns, Arizona, 8-Year-Old Boy Interrogated without Miranda||p. 120|
|Additional Readings||p. 123|
|The Fourth Amendment, Search Warrants, and Warrantless Searches||p. 125|
|Key Points||p. 125|
|The Right of Privacy and the Requirement for a Warrant||p. 126|
|The Exclusionary Rule||p. 127|
|Use of Known and Anonymous Informants||p. 131|
|Limits to the Exclusionary Rule||p. 139|
|Fruit of the Poisonous Tree||p. 145|
|Suing the Police for a Violation of the Fourth Amendment||p. 149|
|Contemporary Issues: Deadly Force and Warrants||p. 150|
|Additional Readings||p. 154|
|Warrantless Searches of People and Their Immediate Area and Things||p. 157|
|Key Points||p. ' 57|
|Searches of People and the Fourth Amendment||p. 157|
|Search of a Person Incident to Arrest||p. 158|
|Search of Youth in Schools||p. 168|
|Search upon Booking and Inventory Searches||p. 171|
|Contemporary Issues: Airport and Border Screenings||p. 173|
|Additional Readings||p. 179|
|Searches of Houses and Real Property||p. 181|
|Key Points||p. 181|
|Fourth Amendment and Searches of Homes||p. 181|
|Consent Entry Searches||p. 182|
|Exigent Entry and Searches of a Home||p. 185|
|How and When Can Search Warrants Be Effectuated?||p. 186|
|Open Fields Rule||p. 192|
|Contemporary Issues: Protective Sweeps of a Home||p. 194|
|Additional Readings||p. 198|
|Warrantless Searches and Privacy of Personal Effects||p. 199|
|Key Points||p. 199|
|Warrantless Searches of People's Personal Effects||p. 200|
|Plain View||p. 200|
|Automobile Searches||p. 205|
|Abandonment of Property||p. 216|
|Contemporary Issues: Roadside Car Searches of African Americans||p. 217|
|Additional Readings||p. 224|
|Right to Counsel in Pretrial Stages||p. 227|
|Key Points||p. 227|
|The Sixth Amendment's Right to Counsel||p. 227|
|Arrests and the Right to Counsel||p. 233|
|Sixth Amendment and Pre- and Post-Indictment Lineups, Showups, and Photo Arrays||p. 236|
|Contemporary Issues: Guantanamo Bay and Military Tribunals||p. 241|
|Additional Readings||p. 244|
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