Criminal procedure : the constitution and the police / Robert M. Bloom, Professor of Law Boston College Law School ; Mark S. Brodin, Professor of Law Boston College Law School.
By: Bloom, Robert M
Contributor(s): Brodin, Mark SMaterial type: TextSeries: Examples & explanations series: Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Edition: Seventh editionDescription: xix, 404 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781454815464; 1454815469Subject(s): Searches and seizures -- United States | Police questioning -- United States | Right to counsel -- United States | Evidence, Criminal -- United States | United States. Constitution. 4th Amendment | United States. Constitution. 6th AmendmentLOC classification: KF9630 | .B578 2013
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Overview of constitutional criminal procedure -- Introduction to the Fourth Amendment -- When does the Fourth Amendment apply? -- What does the Fourth Amendment require? : the doctrine of justification -- Search and arrest warrants -- Warrantless searches and seizures -- The exclusionary rule : rationale, operation, and limitations -- The voluntariness standard -- The Miranda approach -- The Sixth Amendment "right to counsel" approach -- Other investigative procedures : eyewitness identification, bodily intrusions, examination of physical attributes, entrapment, and "high-tech" and computer searches -- September 11, 2001, and its aftermath.