Criminal Procedure Theory and Practice. by Jefferson L. Ingram.
Criminal Procedure Theory and Practice. This book is a broad overview of criminal procedure as well as a detailed analysis of specific areas of the law that require specialized consideration.
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Jefferson L. Ingram, University of Dayton. For courses in Criminal Procedure. This book balances straightforward text and presentations of numerous historical and contemporary cases to provide students with a thorough and interesting introduction to criminal procedure.
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Following each case, the book presents additional materials that may challenge the student to apply the newly-learned principles to a novel fact pattern and presents many excerpted cases suitable for class interaction and discussion. The text offers an opportunity for the student to develop an enhanced understanding of criminal procedure through a practical and logical presentation. When appropriate, the text interrelates proper lessons of history that influenced the development of criminal procedure.
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This comprehensive book balances straightforward text and presentations of numerous historical and contemporary cases to provide learners with a thorough and interesting introduction to criminal procedure. The numerous edited cases help bring criminal procedure to life, and the comments, notes and questions that follow each case help readers bring key legal issues into focus. These cases vividly illustrate the concepts and theories presented in each chapter. Historical landmark cases are presented along with more contemporary modifying cases in order to clarify the legal principles of the landmark case and provide contemporary understanding of criminal procedure law. Chapter coverage includes detailed information on search warrants, arrest and seizure, Fourth Amendments searches, Miranda principles, eyewitness identification procedures, plea bargaining and guilty pleas, the trial, and much more. For professionals and anyone interested in the fields of criminal justice, criminology, and criminal law.