Criminal Procedure I (LAW-508-001)
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Criminal Procedure addresses constitutional issues arising under the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments. The vast majority of the course will address substantive and remedial Fourth Amendment issues concerning searches and seizures and substantive and remedial Fifth Amendment issues concerning interrogation of suspects by law enforcement officers. We will also cover certain right-to-counsel issues under the Sixth Amendment, including the admissibility of uncounseled confessions and uncounseled pretrial line-ups, as well as the right to the effective assistance of counsel.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Chemerinsky & Levenson, Criminal Procedure: Investigation (fourth edition, Aspen 2022) (paperback)
First Class Readings
Casebook (“CB”), skim pp. 1-30 and read pp. 31-65 [read Justice Harlan’s concurring opinion in Katz on pp. 35-36 and Justices Sotomayor and Alito’s concurring opinions in Jones on pp. 41-47; read Justice O’Connor’s concurring opinion in Riley on pp. 61-63]
Also read the Supreme Court’s official syllabus (i.e., case summaries) in Bond v. United States, 529 U.S. 334 (2000).
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