Basic Criminal Procedure
Incorporation and Retroactivity; Fourth Amendment: Basics of the Amendment, Threshold Requirements, What is a Search?, Probable Cause, Obtaining a Valid Search Warrant, Execution of Search Warrants; Exceptions to the Warrant and/or Probable Cause Requirements: Plain View, Warrantless Arrests, Exigent Circumstances, Stop and Frisk, Administrative and Regulatory Searches and Seizures, the Arrest Power Rule, Pretextual Searches, Automobiles and Containers, Consent; Remedies for Fourth Amendment Violations; Privilege Against Self-Incrimination; Self-Incrimination and Confessions: Voluntariness, Miranda, the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel; Constitutional Limitations on Identification Evidence; Right to Counsel: Appointed Counsel, Effective Assistance of Counsel, Self-Representation.
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