Briefs of Leading Cases in Law Enforcement

Un libro in lingua di Del Carmen Rolando V. Walker Jeffery T. edito da Elsevier Science Ltd, 2008

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The authors (with Sam Houston State U., Texas and U. of Arkansas) have updated the 6th edition with 9 new US Supreme Court case briefings pertaining to law enforcement. The approximately 150 briefings are organized under the categories of: probable cause, the exclusionary rule, stop and frisk, arrest, seizures in general, searches in general, searches after arrest, searches with consent, vehicle stops and searches, searches of people in vehicles, roadblocks, electronic surveillance, plain view and open fields searches, lineups and other pretrial identification procedures, use of force, confessions and admissions cases affirming Miranda, confessions and admissions cases weakening Miranda, interrogation for Miranda purposes, right to counsel related to policing, entrapment, and legal liabilities. Briefings average two pages in length and are introduced by a brief version of the holding. This is followed by the case's facts, its central issue, a full description of the holding, a reason for that holding, and discussion of the case's significance in law enforcement. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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