Basic criminal procedures
Explains the procedural aspects of the criminal justice system systematically, making the concepts easy to apply to any state's specific procedural laws. This edition continues its detailed coverage of the Exclusionary Rule and the Miranda procedures, includes compelling human-interest stories and offers more balanced coverage of consensual encounter, detention and arrest. Examines procedures systematically, beginning from the point of an individual's first contact with police, through the law enforcement process, the courts, the correctional system, and back into the community on probation or parole. Defines terms and helps readers develop fluency in the legalese that is used by professionals in the field. It is ideal for those new to criminal procedures because its writing is clear, its appellate excerpts and citations are understandable, and it introduces unfamiliar concepts and terms before they are discussed within the chapter.
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Very good book if you want to know the basics of the American criminal produces.
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Not a bad read for a school book, easy to get through, lots of good history on the criminal justice system. Read full review
Fundamental Concepts of Law
THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE
The Exclusionary Rule
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