9780735539457

Comprehensive Criminal Procedure 2003

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  • Edition: Supplement
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  • Copyright: 2003-08-01
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Supplemental Materials

What is included with this book?

Summary

For the cases and rules relevant to both investigative and adjudicative issues in criminal procedure, turn to this timely and comprehensive supplement. Designed for use with the authors' casebook, this supplement is equally useful with a wide variety of teaching materials. This 2003 Case and Statutory Supplement offers the most important developments on: search and seizure interrogation of suspects evidence the Supreme Court's 2002-2003 term It also provides additional materials to round out general constitutional or statutory precepts to deepen student understanding .

Author Biography

Ronald Jay Allen: John Henry Wigmore Professor of Law, Northwestern University William J. Stuntz: Professor of Law, Harvard University Joseph L. Hoffmann: Harry Pratter Professor of Law, Indiana University -- Bloomington Debra A. Livingston: Professor of Law, Columbia University

Table of Contents

Table of Cases xiii
PART TWO THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL - THE LINCHPIN OF CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION
Chapter 3. The Right to Counsel and Other Assistance 3(18)
A. The Constitutional Requirements
3(1)
1. The Right to the Assistance of Counsel at Trial
3(1)
Note on Alabama v. Shelton
3(1)
B. Effective Assistance of Counsel
4(17)
1. Developing Standards
4(5)
Note on Bell v. Cone
4(1)
Note on Wiggins v. Smith
5(1)
Note on Glover v. United States
5(4)
2. Multiple Representation
9(12)
Insert for Cuyler v. Sullivan
9(1)
Note on Cuyler v. Sullivan
9(1)
Note on United States v. Schwarz
10(4)
Note on Mickens v. Taylor
14(7)
PART THREE THE RIGHT TO BE LET ALONE - AN EXAMINATION OF THE FOURTH AND FIFTH AMENDMENTS AND RELATED AREAS
Chapter 5. The Fourth Amendment 21(60)
B. The Meaning of "Searches and Seizures"
21(9)
1. "Searches"
21(8)
Kyllo v. United States
21(7)
Notes and Questions
28(1)
2. "Seizures"
29(1)
Note on United States v. Drayton
29(1)
C. Probable Cause and Warrants
30(27)
2. The Warrant "Requirement"
30(1)
Note on the USA PATRIOT Act
30(1)
3. "Exceptions" to the Warrant "Requirement"
31(26)
a. Exigent Circumstances
31(6)
Illinois v. McArthur
31(5)
Notes and Questions
36(1)
d. Arrests
37(20)
Atwater v. Lago Vista
37(16)
Notes and Questions
53(4)
D. Reasonableness
57(4)
1. Reasonable Suspicion
57(4)
Note on Kaupp v. Texas
57(1)
Note on United States v. Arvizu
58(1)
Note on Racial Profiling after September 11
59(2)
F. The Limits of the Exclusionary Rule
61(3)
1. The "Good Faith" Exception
61(3)
Note on State Constitutional Law
62(2)
G. The Fourth Amendment Outside Criminal Litigation
64(17)
1. Alternatives to the Exclusionary Rule
64(4)
b. Injunctions
64(4)
Note on the Los Angeles consent decree
64(4)
2. Police Use of Force
68(1)
Footnote on Idaho v. Horiuchi
68(1)
3. Searches and Seizures by Other Government Agents
68(13)
Note on Board of Education v. Earls
68(3)
Ferguson v. Charleston
71(8)
Notes and Questions
79(2)
Chapter 6. The Fifth Amendment 81(20)
B. The Contours of the Privilege against Self-Incrimination: Compelled Testimonial Incrimination
81(10)
1. Compulsion
81(16)
McKune v. Lite
81(15)
Notes and Questions
96(1)
3. Incrimination
97
Note on Ohio v. Reiner
97
D. Police Interrogation
91(10)
2. The Scope of Miranda
97(5)
g. The Right to Counsel Reconsidered
91(8)
Note on Texas v. Cobb
91(8)
h. Voluntariness Reconsidered
99(3)
Note on Chavez v. Martinez
99(2)
Chapter 7. Investigating Complex Crimes 101(10)
Introductory Note on Terrorism
101(1)
A. Electronic Surveillance and the Search of Electronic Data
102(2)
1. Wiretapping and Related Electronic Surveillance
102(1)
Note on the USA PATRIOT Act
102(1)
2. The Search of Electronic Files
103(1)
Note on the USA PATRIOT Act
103(1)
B. Undercover Agents and Entrapment
104(2)
Note on FBI guidelines
104(2)
C. Grand Jury Investigations
106(5)
2. Grand Jury Secrecy
106(5)
Note on Rule 6 amendments
10(97)
Note on the USA PATRIOT Act
107(4)
PART FOUR THE ADJUDICATION PROCESS
Chapter 8. The Charging Decision 111(2)
A. Prosecutorial Discretion
111(1)
1. Enforcement Discretion for Serious Crimes
111(1)
Note on Prosecutorial Vindictiveness
111(1)
C. Joinder and Severance
112(1)
Note on Rules 8 and 14 amendments
112(1)
Chapter 9. Bail, Detention, and the Right to a Speedy Trial 113(2)
A. Bail and Detention
113(1)
Note on Robinson, Punishing Dangerousness
113(1)
Note on the proposed Crime Victims Assistance Act of 2001
113(1)
B. The Right to a Speedy Trial
114(1)
Note on the proposed Crime Victims Assistance Act of 2001
114(1)
Chapter 10. Guilty Pleas and Plea Bargaining 115(8)
A. Guilty Pleas as a Substitute for Trials
115(5)
1. The Plea Process
115(4)
Note on Rule 11 amendments
115(1)
Notes on Rule 11 and the Guilty Plea Process
116(2)
Note on United States v. Vonn
118(1)
2. The Role of Defense Lawyers
119(1)
Note on Glover v. United States
119(1)
B. Plea Bargaining
120(3)
2. Voluntariness
120(3)
Note on Rule 11 amendments
120(1)
Note on United States v. Ruiz
121(2)
Chapter 11. Discovery and Disclosure 123(8)
A. Disclosure by the Government
123(5)
1. The Prosecutor's General Discovery Obligations
123(1)
Notes on Rule 16 amendments
123(1)
2. The Prosecutor's Constitutional Disclosure Obligations
124(4)
Note on United States v. Ruiz
124(1)
Note on Strickler v. Greene
125(3)
B. Disclosure by the Defense
128(3)
1. Defense Disclosure and the Constitution
128(1)
Note on Rule 16 amendments
128(1)
2. Sanctions for Defense Nondisclosure
129(2)
Note on Rule 16 amendments
129(2)
Chapter 12. The Jury and the Criminal Trial 131(8)
A. The Right to a Trial by Jury
131(1)
Note on Taylor-Thompson, Empty Votes in Jury Deliberations
131(1)
B. Jury Composition
131(2)
Note on Benlevy, Venus and Mars in the Jury Deliberation Room
131(1)
Note on Miller-El v. Cockrell
132(1)
E. Proof and Verdict Issues
133(1)
3. Consistency of the Verdict; General Verdicts
133(6)
Note on Leipold, The Problem of the Innocent, Acquitted Defendant
133(1)
F. Alternatives to the Traditional Criminal Trial -- The Proposed Special Military Tribunals
134(5)
PART FIVE POSTTRIAL PROCEEDINGS
Chapter 13. Sentencing 139(12)
A. Introduction to Sentencing
139(1)
3. Substantive Limits on Sentencing - Eighth Amendment Proportionality
139(1)
Note on Ewing v. California
139(1)
C. Do the Rules of Constitutional Criminal Procedure Apply to Sentencing?
140(11)
Note on Ring v. Arizona
141(2)
Note on Harris v. United States
143
Note on Apprendi and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
141(7)
Note on Apprendi literature
148(3)
Chapter 14. Double Jeopardy 151(2)
B. "For the Same Offense"
151(1)
Note on Thomas, Double Jeopardy: The History, the Law
151(1)
C. Double Jeopardy and the Criminal-Civil Divide
151(2)
Note on Seling v. Young
151(2)
Chapter 15. Appellate and Collateral Review 153(6)
A. Appellate Review
153(1)
6. Plain Error
153(1)
Note on Olano and Rules 24(c) and 52 amendments
153(1)
Note on United States v. Vonn
154(1)
B. Collateral Review
154(5)
1. The Nature and Purposes of Federal Habeas
154(2)
Note on Fiore v. White
155(1)
Note on Wiggins v. Smith
155(1)
Note on Yackle, Habeas: The Figure in the Carpet
155(1)
3. Cognizable Issues
156(3)
Note on Lackawanna County District Attorney v. Coss
157(2)
Selected Statutes and Rules 159
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
159(16)
Rule 6 The Grand Jury
159(4)
Rule 8 Joinder of Offenses or Defendants
163(1)
Rule 11 Pleas
164(2)
Rule 14 Relief from Prejudicial Joinder
166(1)
Rule 16 Discovery and Inspection
167(3)
Rule 26.2 Producing a Witness's Statement
170(1)
Rule 41 Search and Seizure
171(4)
Rule 44 Right to and Appointment of Counsel
175(1)
Rule 52 Harmless and Plain Error
175(1)
Bail Reform Act of 1984 (as amended)
175(6)
18 U.S.C. §§3141-3150
115(66)
Speedy Trial Act of 1914 (as amended)
181(14)
18 U.S.C. §§ 3161, 3162, 3164, 3173
187(8)
Criminal Appeals Act of 1970 (as amended)
195(1)
18 U.S.C. §3131
195(1)
Habeas Corpus Act of 1861 (as amended by Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996)
195(6)
28 U.S.C. §§2241-2244, 2253-2254
195(6)
Collateral Review for Federal Prisoners
201
28 U.S.C. §2255
201

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