Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice (10th Edition)


Download Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice (10th Edition) written by Rolando V.del Carmen, Craig Hemmens in PDF format. This book is under the category Criminology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1305577361; 1305854942; 1305660188; 1337472395/9781305577367/ 9781305854949/ 9781305660182/ 9781337472395. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


Full of examples from actual-world conditions encountered by right this moment’s legislation enforcement professionals; Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice; tenth Edition; (PDF) offers readers with a sensible and authoritative have a look at probably the most present pointers in felony process. Accurate and complete with out bogging readers down in pointless particulars; the ebook contains chopping-edge protection of the legislation because it hyperlinks to arrests; searches and seizures; use of power; interrogations; automobile stops; and line-ups. It additionally talks about present matters like racial profiling; plea bargaining; DNA proof; seizures of textual content/e mail messages; and many others. Interesting case briefs; hypothetical instances; pattern police varieties; and protection of probably the most present Supreme Court rulings hold the textual content as relevant as ever. Its concise; reader-pleasant presentation makes legislation enforcement ideas simple to understand and apply.

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Rolando V.del Carmen, Craig Hemmens


Cengage Learning; 10th edition








1305577361; 1305854942; 1305660188; 1337472395


9781305577367/ 9781305854949/ 9781305660182/ 9781337472395

Table of contents

Table of contents :
1. The Court System, Sources of Rights, and Fundamental Principles.2. Overview of the Criminal Justice Process.3. Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion.4. The Exclusionary Rule.5. Stop and Frisk and Stationhouse Detention.6. Arrests and Use of Force.7. Searches and Seizures of Things.8. Motor Vehicle Stops, Searches, and Inventories.9. Plain View, Open Fields, Abandonment, and Border Searches.10. Lineups and Other Means of Pretrial Identification.11. Confessions and Admissions: Miranda v. Arizona.12. Basic Constitutional Rights of the Accused during Trial.13. Sentencing, the Death Penalty, and Other Forms of Punishment.14. Legal Liabilities of Law Enforcement Officers.15. Electronic Surveillance and the War on Terror.

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