LAW 4751 - Criminal Procedure I: Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments
This course considers the administration of criminal justice in all its aspects, with a focus on the constitutional issues raised during the investigatory phase of a criminal case. Particular attention is given to the right of counsel, transcripts and other aids; police/court relations; the law of arrest, search and seizure; wiretapping and electronic eavesdropping; entrapment; police interrogation and confessions, lineups and other identification procedures; and the scope of the exclusionary rule. It also examines the legal and practical problems presented in the administration of criminal justice, such as, preliminary examination, discovery, joinder and severance of parties, speedy trial, guilty pleas, and the function of the jury.
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