A Quick Reference Guide to Contemporary Criminal Procedure for Law Enforcement Officers: One Hundred Notable United States Supreme Court Decisions, and Their Effect on Modern Policing in America
Annotation "The goal of this book is to provide a quick reference guide for law enforcement officers in their quest to furnish professional police services to their communities. Designed to be a handy source for the study of criminal procedures, this guide has assembled numerous court cases that will assist officers in dealing with the issues they may often encounter."
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Chapter 2 DETENTION AND SEARCHES OF PERSONS
Chapter 3 SEARCH AND SEIZURE DEFINED
Chapter 4 SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST
Chapter 5 VEHICLE SEARCHES
Chapter 6 CONSENT TO SEARCH
Chapter 7 PLAIN VIEW AND PLAIN FEEL
Chapter 8 INVENTORY SEARCHES
Chapter 9 OPEN FIELDS CURTILAGE AND AERIAL
Chapter 10 EXCLUSIONARY RULE AND FRUIT OF
Chapter 11 POLICE INTERROGATION
Chapter 12 PROBABLE CAUSE
Chapter 13 USE OF INFORMANTS
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A Quick Reference Guide To Contemporary CRIMINAL PROCEDURE For Law ...
Mark E. Bannon
Limited preview - 2003
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