Criminal Procedure: Investigation

Law 206






The scope and limitations of permissible law enforcement conduct in the investigation of crime, with particular focus on the constitutional limits established by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments. Principal areas of coverage include search and seizure, police interrogation, and procedures for the identification of suspects.

Criminal Procedure Adjudication, Advanced Topics in Criminal Procedure


R. Myers

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