Basic Criminal Procedures

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Criminal procedure - 205 pages
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For undergraduate courses in Criminal Law and Procedures.

This text explores the basic procedural aspects of the criminal justice system relative to the procedural laws of all states. It focuses on the language attorney created legalese used by those who work within the system, to provide clear description and explanation of criminal procedures. Explains how the procedures followed in criminal justice today were devised to protect American citizens from 18th century England. It shows the deficiencies of the system, and recent concern for the impact of crime on society.

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Contents

Fundamental Concepts of Law
1
THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE
26
The Exclusionary Rule
27
Copyright

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