This current casebook is written for use in the basic Criminal Procedure course. It stresses the interplay of constitutional principles & the practical considerations which confront both prosecution & defense attorneys. The book is a manageable length, making it both teachable & accessible for students, & thus, promotes a high quality classroom experience. Lengthy Supreme Court decisions have been substantially edited but retain the substance of the Justices' constitutional views. Sample forms illustrate the manner in which Supreme Court edict is applied by law enforcement & the prosecution. Problems, which for the most part are based on lower court decisions, demonstrate the parameters of Supreme Court pronouncements.\ Teacher's Manual Annual Supplement
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