Basic Criminal Procedure: Cases, Comments, and Questions
Yale Kamisar, Wayne R. LaFave, Jerold H. Israel
Thomson/West, 2005 - Law - 965 pages
Contains an overview of the criminal justice process, including the nature and scope of the Fourteenth Amendment. Also covers due process, retroactivity, the federal "supervisory power," and state rights protection. Touches on the right to counsel, transcripts, and other aids such as poverty, equality, and the adversary system. Includes reflections on the police, courts, and the criminal process. Provides insight into arrest, search and seizure, wiretapping, electronic eavesdropping, the use of secret agents to obtain incriminating statements, and the Fourth Amendment.
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PART ONE INTRODUCTION
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