Modern Criminal Procedure, Cases, Comments, Questions
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Sources of Criminal Procedure
Criminal Procedure and Its Administration
The Right to Counsel
The Role of Counsel
Chapter6 Arrest Searchand Seizure Chapter 7 Undercover Investigations
Police Interrogation and Confessions
Chapter10 Lineups Showups and Other Identification Procedures
Grand JuryInvestigations Chapter 12 The Scope of the Exclusionary Rules
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