Criminal Procedure: Cases and Comments
James B. Haddad
Foundation Press, 2003 - Law - 1706 pages
Expert review of the limitations upon law enforcement practices and procedures, confessions and interrogations, and eyewitness identification procedures. Examines surveillance, law of arrest, and search and seizure. Identifies exlusionary principles and alternative remedies for unlawful investigative practices, as well as limits of undercover work. Overviews judicial process, including grand jury proceedings, right to bail, pre-trial motions, and competency to stand trial. Also covers disclosure and discovery, trial by jury, presenting the case, sentencing, and appellate and other post-trial remedies.
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