Criminal Procedure (7th ed. 2009)
Criminal Procedure reflects a balanced blend of conventional casebook style, practice problems, concise text, and sample forms and documents that stresses the interplay of constitutional principles and practical considerations that confront both prosecution and defense attorneys. The organizational structure of previous editions is retained and three major subject areas are explored in depth: Arrest, Search, and Seizure; Right to Counsel; and Confessions.
The book contains a host of new and quite fascinating materials related to recent decisions from the Supreme Court. Cases involving the construction of the good faith exception to the exclusionary rule, a rethinking of the car search doctrine, reaffirmation of the McNabb / Mallory rule, and numerous others, will contribute to interesting discussions with students.
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Joseph G. Cook, Paul Marcus & Melanie D. Wilson, Criminal Procedure (7th ed. 2009),