An essential collection of more than 265 United States Supreme Court case briefs detailing the various elements of criminal procedures, from criminal investigations to arrest to trial to conviction. Cretacci identifies landmark cases that have influenced the case processing of individuals, for use as a text or reference manual for law enforcement/criminal justice students and personnel.
Michael A. Cretacci is assistant professor of Criminal Justice at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Part 1 Preface Part 2 Table of Cases Part 3 I. SEIZING PEOPLE Chapter 4 Chapter 1. Reasonable Suspicion and Stop and Frisk Chapter 5 Chapter 2. Probable Cause Chapter 6 Chapter 3. Arrest Part 7 II. THE FOURTH AMENDMENT-SEARCH AND SEIZURE Chapter 8 Chapter 4. Searches and Seizures with Warrants Chapter 9 Chapter 5. Searches and Seizures without Warrants Chapter 10 Chapter 6. Searches and Seizures without Warrants II-Special Needs Chapter 11 Chapter 7. Automobile Searches and Seizures Chapter 12 Chapter 8. The Exclusionary Rule and its Exceptions Part 13 III. THE FIFTH AMENDMENT-QUESTIONNING SUSPECTS Chapter 14 Chapter 9. Interrogation and Confessions Chapter 15 Chapter 10. The Miranda Warnings Part 16 IV. PRETRIAL, TRIAL, AND POSTRIAL PROCEDURES Chapter 17 Chapter 11. Identification Chapter 18 Chapter 12. Prosecutorial Procedures Chapter 19 Chapter 13. Right to Counsel Chapter 20 Chapter 14. Juries and Trial Issues Chapter 21 Chapter 15. Post-Trial Procedures Part 22 United States Constitution