Comprehensive Criminal Procedure 2006
Aspen Pub, Aug 9, 2006 - Law - 304 pages
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 either of the authors' casebooks, Comprehensive Criminal Procedure, Second Edition, or Criminal Procedure: Investigation and Right to Counsel, this supplement is equally useful with a wide variety of teaching materials. This 2006 Case and Statutory Supplement offers the most important developments on: search and seizure interrogation of suspects evidence the Supreme Court's 2005-2006 term it also provides additional materials to round out general constitutional or statutory precepts to deepen student understanding. Be sure to examine a copy before your next course.
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