Criminal Procedure I (LAW-508-002)
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The Criminal Procedure I course will cover issues concerning pretrial criminal procedure and constitutional limitations on the use of power under the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments. Searches, stops and interrogation present constitutional issues PRIOR to a decision being made regarding whether or not to charge a particular person with a crime. Thus, the Fourth and Fifth Amendment portions of the course concern the investigation of alleged criminal activity. The right to counsel arises when an individual has been formally charged with a crime and the Sixth Amendment may become relevant at the point of the adjudication of alleged wrongdoing.
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Criminal Procedure (2nd ed.) by Chemerinksky and Levenson
First Class Readings
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