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Criminal Procedure by Joel Samaha Book Resume:
This straightforward introduction to criminal procedure combines case excerpts with clear, detailed legal discussion and analysis to give students a solid understanding of the field. The book's longtime success can be attributed to its widely acclaimed author and his unique ability to help readers grasp the complexities of law by clearly and carefully presenting all sides of an issue. Dr. Samaha has a true passion for wanting students to understand why procedures are as they are--instead of simply memorizing them. As a result, while most Criminal Procedure texts focus exclusively on how to, Samaha combines how and why. The Eighth Edition addresses the entire criminal procedure process--from search and seizure to post-conviction sentencing and review by appellate courts--while providing extensive case updates and new or expanded coverage of such key issues as terrorism/homeland security, the USA-PATRIOT Act, searches and seizures, military tribunals, recent changes to sentencing guidelines, and more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The Criminal Process by Andrew Ashworth,Mike Redmayne Book Resume:
Andrew Ashworth and Mike Redmayne address one of the most controversial areas of the entire criminal process - the pre-trial stage. Following the detention of suspects in police custody, the authors examine key issues in the pre-trial process.
Criminal Procedures by Marc L. Miller,Ronald F. Wright Book Resume:
Criminal Procedures: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials, Sixth Edition is noted for its comprehensive coverage and excellent selection and editing of cases and materials. The book is known for its special focus on a rich selection of materials from multiple institutions, including primary materials from U.S. Supreme Court cases, state high court cases, state and federal statutes, rules of procedure, and police and prosecutorial policies, along with materials from social science studies. The new Sixth Edition retains the casebook’s engaging writing style and division of materials into “teachable chunks.” Updated cases are chosen for their contemporary accuracy and feel to complement essential cases of historical value. Taken together, the principal materials highlight procedural variety, focus on real process topics, provide the political context, and consider the impact of procedures on the various parties involved. The scholarly expertise and experience of the authors is especially reflected in the Criminal Procedure II materials, which includes coverage of prosecutorial charging, plea bargaining, and sentencing. Their frequent use of Problems gives instructors options for applying concepts and doctrines in realistic practice settings. New to the Sixth Edition: Two new authors join the editorial team: Jenia Iontcheva Turner of SMU Dedman School of Law and Kay L. Levine of Emory University School of Law. With her doctoral training in Socio-Legal Studies and her balanced experience as a prosecutor and a defense attorney in state court, Professor Levine sharpens the focus of the book on the real-world operation of courtroom actors in high-volume state systems. With her background in international criminal tribunals and comparative criminal procedure, Professor Turner strengthens the comparisons between court systems in the U.S. and those around the world. As experienced and celebrated classroom teachers, both Professors Turner and Levine bring closer attention to student learning needs in every chapter of the book. More examples and discussion demonstrate the effects of new technologies on criminal procedure. A revamped Chapter 1 offers a deeper exploration of competing models of policing and useful background about policing organizations. Reorganized Chapters 2 and 7 introduce students to the shifting analytical frameworks that the U.S. Supreme Court now employs to evaluate searches in the context of technological devices that store and collect large amounts of data. Chapter 6 relies on current newsworthy debates about police use of force to explore the alternatives and supplements to the exclusionary rule remedy. A revamped Chapter 12 surveys the major changes in the use of money bail and risk assessment algorithms, previewing the prospects for further system reforms. Chapter 13 covers newsworthy recent changes in the charging policies and diversion practices of prosecutors’ offices, especially those in urban areas such as Philadelphia. Chapter 17 expands its coverage of the tensions between fair trials and public trials, including new materials on public access to court files and statistics. A refocused Chapter 19 provides a more detailed and vivid portrait of sentencing hearings and the use of risk assessment instruments. Professors and students will benefit from: Materials that support class discussion, including criminal court actors beyond the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court: the vision is “street level federalism” Materials that portray for students the range of current practices in criminal justice rather than a rushed historical narrative about doctrinal trends A supporting website that offers exemplar documents from legal practice, recent news with relevance for criminal procedure, and brief video lectures to introduce each major unit Emphasis on high-volume practical issues in criminal procedure instead of intricate but rarely-encountered questions Intuitive organization—tracking the typical sequence of events in criminal investigations and in the criminal courts—that makes it easy to see connections among different areas of the law
The Criminal Process by Liz Campbell,Mike Redmayne Book Resume:
The fifth edition of The Criminal Process continues in the tradition of previous editions in providing an insightful and stimulating analysis of the key issues in criminal processes and procedures. The authors draw on arguments from the law, research, policy, and principle, to present an authoritative overview of this area of study. This edition includes a new chapter on the interface between criminal and civil (preventive) justice, and the addition of questions for discussion and suggested readings at the end of each chapter to facilitate debate and further research.
Criminal Procedure by Robert M. Bloom,Mark S. Brodin Book Resume:
Updated to reflect important current events, Examples & Explanations: Criminal Procedure: The Constitution And The Police, Fifth Edition, retains its proven format of presenting criminal procedure as a sequence of procedures mirroring real-life events in law enforcement. Well-written and user friendly, this concise paperback is an asset to any criminal procedure course. Carefully crafted to aid students' understanding, this study aid gives students a sense of the theoretical flow and logic of law enforcement by following police procedural order graphically demonstrates legal standards and concepts through the use of Charts and illustrations. starts with easy, confidence-building examples and gradually moves on to more challenging examples that test students' knowledge and analytical skills utilizes the proven Examples and Explanations format to explain concepts and allow students to develop analytical and problem-solving skills Special features of the Fifth Edition include: terrorism in the United States And The Fourth Amendment ramifications Please visit the new companion website to learn more about this book. Website: http://www.aspenlawschool.com/bloombrodin5
Criminal Procedure by John M. Scheb Book Resume:
The Scheb and Scheb author team bring a combined experience that is both practical and academic. The text covers all of the essential content in a manageable fashion and integrates the material logically. Utilizing extensive case material, this book covers the historical background of criminal procedure and has been thoroughly updated to include the latest Supreme Court decisions and other developments in criminal justice today. The text features a classic organization, and traditional presentation of case law, coupled with coverage of recent trends in law and procedure, and ample student pedagogy. The authors' combined legal and practical experience provides students with first-hand insights into the American legal system. This is one of two "splits" of the combined CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, 5th Edition text (© 2005) by the same authors. This unique text offers an economical alternative in terms of length and price.
Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice by Rolando V. del Carmen,Craig Hemmens Book Resume:
Packed with examples from real-world situations faced by today's law enforcement professionals, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: LAW AND PRACTICE, 10th Edition gives readers a practical and authoritative look at the most current guidelines in criminal procedure. Comprehensive and accurate without bogging readers down in unnecessary details, the text includes cutting-edge coverage of the law as it relates to arrests, searches and seizures, vehicle stops, use of force, interrogations, and line-ups. It also discusses current topics such as racial profiling, DNA evidence, plea bargaining, seizures of text/email messages, and many others. Interesting case briefs, sample police forms, hypothetical cases, and coverage of the most recent Supreme Court rulings keep the text as relevant as ever. Its clear, reader-friendly presentation makes law enforcement concepts easy to understand and apply. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Criminal Procedures by Marc Louis Miller,Ronald F. Wright Book Resume:
Instructors who want a comprehensive yet highly focused set of materials For The iquest;bail to jailiquest; course discovered that this concise casebook achieves specificity without sacrificing quality. With its distinctive focus on multiple kinds of law (constitutional, statutory, executive) and multiple jurisdictions, CRIMINAL PROCEDURES: Prosecution and Adjudication enters its Second Edition as a stronger and absolutely current teaching tool. The authors continue to keep the casebook both effective and realistic: derived from Miller and Wrightiquest;s comprehensive criminal procedure book, this shorter volume focuses exclusively on the iquest;bail to jailiquest; topics extensive use of state high court cases, statutes, rules of procedure, and prosecutorial policies -- in addition to leading U.S. Supreme Court cases -- reveals the full range of the subject by presenting competing rules from the federal and state systems and also occasionally examining procedures from earlier times or from non-U.S. systems, The book offers procedural variety the real-world perspective shows in the focus on procedures and issues of current importance to defendants, lawyers, courts, legislators, And The public careful attention To The political context surrounding different institutions and issues And The impact of public concerns -- such as drug trafficking, domestic abuse, and treatment of crime victims -- on procedural rules helps students gain insight on the evolution of criminal procedures includes an illuminating examination of the impact different procedures have on law enforcers, lawyers, courts, communities, defendants, and victims a detailed Teacheriquest;s Manual and separate supporting web sites for students and instructors are available the Second Edition keeps pace with rapid and significant developments: covers all of the leading U.S. Supreme Court cases in relevant areas, such as sentencing law And The substantive definition of crimes (Apprendi v. New Jersey, Blakely v. Washington, U.S. v. Booker), confrontation (Crawford v. Washington), right to counsel (Alabama v. Shelton), and ex post facto (Stogner v. California) considers the leading recent state court developments, with special attention to state-level variation and leading state supreme court opinions timely consideration of the issues created for American criminal procedure by changes after September 11 in bail and detention, right to counsel, and various trial and sentencing rights treatment of Habeas Corpus
Criminal Procedure by Erwin Chemerinsky,Laurie L. Levenson Book Resume:
Focusing on the investigation phase of criminal procedure, Criminal Procedure: Investigation combines Laurie L. Levenson’s first-hand experience in the criminal justice system with Erwin Chemerinsky’s student-friendly writing style. The Third Edition examines the impact of a host of recent developments in the courts and legislature on the process investigating crime. It eschews reliance on rhetorical questions and law review excerpts in favor of comprehensive exploration of black letter law and trendsetting policy issues. The book utilizes a chronological approach that guides students through criminal procedure doctrine from rules governing law enforcement investigation to matters related to habeas corpus relief. In addition to presenting the perspectives from various stakeholders, the authors take care to provide students with useful, practice-oriented materials. Criminal Procedure: Investigation not only employs a systemic approach that takes students through issues from policy to application of legal doctrine but also introduces issues at the forefront of modern criminal procedure debates. Key Features: Straightforward writing style and clear, dynamic text that is uncluttered with law review excerpts and features thoughtfully edited principal and minor cases. Intuitive chronological presentation of topics. Systematic and cohesive exploration of policy on every issue, before moving on to the specifics of doctrine. Practice-oriented features and discussion of important, modern criminal procedure issues. Approachable organization based on common progression through criminal justice system. Straight writing style that relies on cases and author essays rather than law review excerpts and strict Socratic rhetoric questions. Practice-oriented features, discussion of modern policy issues, useful example documents for practitioners. Useful examples for future and current criminal law practitioners.
Supreme Court Case Briefs in Criminal Procedure by Michael A. Cretacci Book Resume:
An essential collection of more than 265 United States Supreme Court case briefs detailing the various elements of criminal procedures, from criminal investigations to arrest to trial to conviction. Cretacci identifies landmark cases that have influenced the case processing of individuals, for use as a text or reference manual for law enforcement/criminal justice students and personnel.
Criminal Procedure by Matthew Lippman Book Resume:
Criminal Procedure is a contemporary, comprehensive case-driven textbook from award-winning teacher Matthew Lippman that covers the constitutional foundation of criminal procedure and includes numerous cases selected for their appeal to today's students. With an emphasis on diversity and its impact on how laws are enforced, this clearly written textbook features numerous learning devices, including You Decide scenarios, Cases and Comments, and Legal Equations, and is accompanied by robust ancillaries, including an open-access student study site with Web-based activities, helpful study aids, and resources. Full updated for the Second Edition, it also includes key topics not featured in competing texts, such as pre-trial investigation as well as the post-investigative process.
Abbreviated Criminal Procedures for Core International Crimes by Morten Bergsmo Book Resume:
This monograph -- written by an historian and Norwegian diplomat -- considers the past Westphalian Paradigm and present Popular Sovereign Paradigm of the international order, and discusses possible elements of a new paradigm for a global order suitable to address contemporary problems that transcend national borders.
Cameroon criminal procedure code and international criminal law by N.A Book Resume:
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Criminal Procedure in New Zealand by Jeremy Finn,Don Mathias Book Resume:
Criminal Procedure in New Zealand is the leading text on understanding and applying the Criminal Procedure Act 2011. It provides expert analysis and guidance on case law, how the Act operates in practice, and the relationship it has with other statutes that impact the criminal process of criminal cases. As with previous editions, Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, third edition, provides an updated examination of the new procedures that have been the subject of judicial decision, elucidation or comment; legislative developments; and practical issues that arise in court. Key developments include incorporating amendments under the Courts Matters Act 2018 relating to offences, warrants, case management and proceedings in absence of the defendant, and the adding of charges during the trial, amongst others. It also updates sections on laws relating to bail and to dealing with young persons charged with offences, and looks ahead to the proposed contempt of court legislation.
Basic Criminal Procedures by Edward E. Peoples Book Resume:
Explains the procedural aspects of the criminal justice system systematically, making the concepts easy to apply to any state's specific procedural laws. This edition continues its detailed coverage of the Exclusionary Rule and the Miranda procedures, includes compelling human-interest stories and offers more balanced coverage of consensual encounter, detention and arrest. Examines procedures systematically, beginning from the point of an individual's first contact with police, through the law enforcement process, the courts, the correctional system, and back into the community on probation or parole. Defines terms and helps readers develop fluency in the legalese that is used by professionals in the field. It is ideal for those new to criminal procedures because its writing is clear, its appellate excerpts and citations are understandable, and it introduces unfamiliar concepts and terms before they are discussed within the chapter.
Criminal Procedure by Craig M. Bradley Book Resume:
This book presents, for the first time, a comprehensive comparison of criminal procedure law - whether arising from rules or court decisions -of countries around the world. An overview chapter by editor Craig Bradley is followed by thirteen chapters on a variety of countries, written either by a leading academic from that country or an American with substantial expertise in that country. One focus of the book is, of course, the rules of criminal procedure, beginning with the first encounter of police with a subject, continuing through the trial, and finishing with the post-trial review process. A less obvious goal of the book - and one that is missing in most such comparative discussions - is to present what really goes on in each country, regardless of what the formal rules may provide. The combination of authors who are intimately familiar with the procedures of each country, and an editor from outside that country who continually presses the authors to disclose the reality behind the rules, is one of the unique features of the book.Rule enforcement is a particular emphasis of the book. Other topics presented include those of interest to police - the requirements for both search warrants and warrantless searches; interrogation rules and identification procedures, including lineups; obtainment of blood samples, etc. - as well as court procedures, including the right to council, pretrial procedures, the trial itself, and the nature and availability of appeals. Criminal Procedure presents a thorough description of comparative criminal law both as written and as practiced."The book is a major accomplishment. It combines ease of reference and overview with providing sufficient information to enable the reader to pursue further studies, should he or she so desire. It deserves a wide readership among international and comparative criminal lawyers. It should be compulsory reading for anyone working in places like ICTY, ICTR, and the future ICC. It might even have a salutary effect on how those bodies treat the legal traditions of countries whose mother tongue is not English or French....The book is excellent." -International Criminal Law Review, 2001 (on the first edition) "Imagine in one book a chance to compare France with Germany, the United States with Argentina, Spain with Italy and Argentina, England with Canada. The wealth of detail that is the virtue of the book forces the reviewer to make difficult choices about what to discuss....Bradley's book is filled with delicious discoveries in all areas of the law of criminal procedure." - The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 2001 (on the first edition)
Criminal Procedure by Steven Emanuel Book Resume:
The most trusted name in law school outlines, Emanuel Law Outlines support your class preparation, provide reference for your outline creation, and supply a comprehensive breakdown of topic matter for your entire study process. Created by Steven Emanuel, these course outlines have been relied on by generations of law students. Each title includes both capsule and detailed versions of the critical issues and key topics you must know to master the course. Also included are exam questions with model answers, an alpha-list of cases, and a cross reference table of cases for all of the leading casebooks. Emanuel Law Outline Features: & ; 1 outline choice among law students Comprehensive review of all major topics Capsule summary of all topics Cross-reference table of cases Time-saving format Great for exam prep
Criminal Procedures--the Police by Marc Louis Miller,Ronald F. Wright Book Resume:
Now there is a timely and effective book designed for today's Criminal Procedure I course on police practices. In CRIMINAL PROCEDURES - THE POLICE, Marc Miller and Ronald Wright draw selectively from their successful comprehensive criminal procedure casebook to focus exclusively on the crucial role of the police. This succinct paperback: -reflects the current redirection of criminal procedure away from federal constitutional adjudication and toward state courts, legislatures, and executive agencies -includes both major U.S. Supreme Court cases and important state cases -emphasized the way the courts are handling criminal procedure through up-to-the-minute materials -illustrates key issues with provocative nd interesting cases -is accompanied by a thorough Teacher's Manual to help you adapt the material to specific course needs and teaching approaches CRIMINAL PROCEDURES - THE POLICE opens with a chapter on daily interactions between citizens and police, followed by: -searches and stops -arrests -remedies for unresonable searches and seizures -the impact of technology and politics -interrogations -identifications -complex investigations -defense counsel (using the highly praised chapter from their comprehensive casebook) As current as tomorrow's headlines, CRIMINAL PROCEDURES - THE POLICE has just the right scope and depth of coverage for a meaningful - and manageable - course on police practices.