Law school legends series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Criminal Procedure and the Constitution (2:24) Doctrine of Incorporation (3:45) State Constitutional Rules (2:54) State Action (4:50) The Fourth Amendment (0:38) Overview (9:10) What is a Search of Seizure? (21:29) Standing (4:53) Warrants (23:22) Probably Cause (7:21) Reasonably Conducting a Search or Seizure (3:43) The Exclusionary Rule (25:38) Stop and Frisk Doctrine (11:34) Consent (6:50) Administrative and Special Needs (9:02) Searches (2:53) Sumary of Fourth Amendment Rules (2:53) - Interrogations and Confessions (1:02) Due Process and Involuntary Confessions (5:59) Privilege Against Self Incrimination (7:38) Miranda v. Arizona (33:25) Sixth Amendment and Confessions (6:42) Miranda and the Sixth Amendment Compared (5:29) Identification Procedures (3:52) Right to Counsel Limitations (15:08) 14th Amendment Limitations (1:39) Preliminary Proceedings (0:32) Initial Appearance (0:20) The Gerstein Hearing (1:38) Bail (1:05) Preliminary Hearing (2:01) The Grand Jury (6:55) The Right to Counsel (1:13) Appointed Counsel (2:07) Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (2:55) Guilty Pleas (10:04) Conclusion (2:13).
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