Criminal Procedure: Examples and Explanations

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Aspen Law & Business, 2000 - Law - 404 pages
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When students select a Criminal Procedure study guide, make sure they use the one that is both concise and up-to-date - Bloom and Brodin's CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition . This effective paperback has earned the confidence of instructors nationwide by giving students the information they need to perform a meaningful analysis of different procedural situations. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition, Is carefully crafted to maximize student comprehension: introductory text explains the concepts - then examples and explanations give students an opportunity to develop important problem-solving skills. by presenting police practices in procedural order, The book conveys a sense of the logic of law enforcement, As well as its theoretical flow. charts and illustrations graphically demonstrate legal standards and concepts. examples build in difficulty; after students develop their confidence, more challenging problems test their knowledge and analytical skills. checklist and Review Problems in the Appendix show how key ideas are interrelated and test students' mastery of the subject. With CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations, Third Edition, your students get current guidance, reflecting all the most recent developments in the law: important new Fourth Amendment search and seizure cases, such as Richards v. Wisconsin, Knowles v. Iowa, Minnesota v. Carter, Marilyn v. Wilson, and Pennsylvania v. Labron new cases on the latest technological methods of evidence gathering, including thermal imaging, and a discussion of the resulting conflicts with privacy expectations important analysis of Miranda v. Arizona, where the Fourth Circuit attempted to overrule this landmark case exceptional treatment of aerial surveillance gives students a solid grasp of real-world practices new examples and explanations throughout the text

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Contents

Overview of Criminal Procedure
1
Search and Seizure The Framework
11
When Does the Fourth Amendment Apply?
19
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

ROBERT M. BLOOM is Professor of Law at Boston College Law School. He has written extensively in the area of criminal procedure, focusing on police abuses and the Fourth Amendment.

Brodin is a Professor of Law at the Boston College Law School.

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