Cases And Materials On Criminal Procedure 2004

Author: Phillip E. Johnson
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ISBN: 9780314153395
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Criminal Procedure Cases And Materials

Author: Cynthia Lee
Editor: West Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9780314290205
Size: 16,21 MB
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This student-friendly text, the only criminal procedure casebook authored by three female law professors of color (who also bring diverse criminal justice system experiences as a former prosecutor, private criminal defense attorney and public defender), highlights social justice issues intertwined with the law of criminal procedure, integrating issues of race, class, gender, and sexual orientation where relevant.

Cases And Materials On Criminal Procedure

Author: Jefferson Ingram
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ISBN:
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This textbook for law students briefs seventy-three leading criminal cases covering all components of the criminal procedure system and provides the facts, procedural questions, holdings of the court, and rationale for each decision.

Cases And Materials On Criminal Procedure

Author: Phillip E. Johnson
Editor: West Group
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Criminal Procedure

Author: Cynthia Lee
Editor: West Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9781640208599
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This softcover book contains a complete, unchanged reprint of Chapters 1-21 of Lee, Richardson, and Lawson's Criminal Procedure: Cases and Materials, Second Edition. Please see that description for more about the highlights and approach of the book. The pagination is the same in this softcover book as it is in the hardcover version.

Criminal Procedure Cases Materials And Questions

Author: Arnold H. Loewy
Editor: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0327175060
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This book is designed for a complete Criminal Procedure course. This book is not designed exclusively for future criminal law practitioners. Rather, it is designed as a roadmap for those who wish to learn about governmental limitations on police and / or trial procedures in the criminal context. The presentation of the materials is focused, rather than scattergun. Each case is presented, lightly edited, with a series of focused questions and notes following it. The importance of the questions cannot be overemphasized. Each student coming into class will (or should) have thought about the questions while reading the case. This should immensely improve the quality of class discussion. At the same time, the fact that the students have the questions in advance has a wonderful palliative effect on students, putting them at ease because they know the questions in advance. Additionally, the book is carefully edited with an eye towards the number of hours typically available for a class. The police practices material is designed to be taught in a three-hour class. The entire book is designed for a four-hour class. This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Criminal Procedures

Author: Marc L. Miller
Editor: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1543803067
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Criminal Procedures: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials 2018 Supplement

Criminal Procedure Cases Materials And Questions 2015

Author: Arnold H. Loewy
Editor: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1632815419
Size: 13,24 MB
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The Fourth Edition of this book is designed for a complete Criminal Procedure course. This book is not designed exclusively for future criminal law practitioners. Rather, it is designed as a roadmap for those who wish to learn about governmental limitations on police and / or trial procedures in the criminal context. The presentation of the materials is focused, rather than scattergun. Each case is presented, lightly edited, with a series of focused questions and notes following it. The importance of the questions cannot be overemphasized. Each student coming into class will (or should) have thought about the questions while reading the case. This should immensely improve the quality of class discussion. At the same time, the fact that the students have the questions in advance has a wonderful palliative effect on students, putting them at ease because they know the questions in advance. Additionally, the book is carefully edited with an eye towards the number of hours typically available for a class. The police practices material is designed to be taught in a three-hour class. The entire book is designed for a four-hour class. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Criminal Law And Procedure

Author: Donald A. Dripps
Editor: Foundation Press
ISBN: 9781609302351
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This casebook provides the most comprehensive treatment available, including the theoretical foundations, the common-law origins, the statutory structure, and the procedural context of modern criminal law. The book concentrates on doctrinal materials that can support both rigorous technical, and sophisticated theoretical, discussions. The purposes and limits of punishment are addressed through Supreme Court decisions, a focus on statutes throughout the substantive law sections enables training students in the legal art of statutory interpretation as well as exposing them to the hard moral and political problems of legislative choice, and the sentencing materials reprise the theory of punishment in the context of the practically most important stage of the modern process. The 12th edition carries forward the comprehensive approach of prior editions, empowering the teacher to design a course suited to the needs of the teacher's students and institution. New Supreme Court's decisions, changing the landscape of both substance and procedure, include Skilling v. United States, McDonald v. City of Chicago, Graham v. Florida, United States v. Jones, and Michigan v. Bryant. The material on self-defense has been comprehensively revised, both for the sake of clarity and to include discussion of so-called "stand your ground laws." Statutes (e.g., the New York and California homicide statutes) and the caselaw (e.g., up-to-the-minute material on "willful blindness") have been updated. We also now include a case about the admissibility of neuro-imaging evidence to support a diminished-capacity defense, thus acknowledging how modern brain science has begun to raise both practical evidentiary issues and a substantial challenge to important theoretical p