Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Perspective

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Aspen Publishers, 1999 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 788 pages
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This text is designed to introduce students to the legal issues associated with constitutional criminal procedure, & provides well-edited cases with textual explanations. While the text's focus is on U.S. Supreme Court case law that has established the constitutional rules of criminal procedure, state court interpretations of state constitutions are also examined. In addition, students are introduced to basic legal research techniques. Questions associated with the cases are posed throughout the text, with accompanying tips on how those questions can be investigated. An instructor's manual is available.

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Contents

Of Means and Ends
1
Chapter 2 Building Blocks for the Study of Criminal Procedure Law
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Chapter 3 The Law of Search and Seizure
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