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Criminal Procedure: Investigation and the Right to Counsel, Fourth Edition

  • Ronald J. Allen
  • Joseph L. Hoffmann
  • Debra A. Livingston
  • Andrew D. Leipold
  • Tracey L. Meares
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Criminal Procedure: Investigation and Right to Counsel, Fourth Editionis derived from the successful casebook Comprehensive Criminal Procedure. Like the parent book, it covers the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments and related areas using a thematic approach and offers an appropriate balance of explanatory text and secondary material accompanied by well-written notes. In addition to an experienced author team and well-edited cases, the book covers relevant statutes and court rules.

New to the Fourth Edition:

  • Updates regarding cutting-edge developments in case law, statutory materials, and academic commentary about due process, the right to counsel, searches and seizures, and the privilege against compelled self-incrimination
  • An important reordering of certain areas of Fourth Amendment law and related materials to make them even more user-friendly
  • Insightful examination of the turmoil in modern Fourth Amendment law as the Supreme Court, notably splintered over methods of constitutional interpretation, faces the implications of rapidly changing technology

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • A rigorous and challenging criminal procedure casebook with an outstanding author team
  • Sound grounding of the law in criminal process and the right to counsel
  • Thorough coverage of Boyd v. U.S., The Fourth Amendment, The Fifth Amendment, and the process of investigating complex crimes
  • Thematic organization of the cases and text that make the book both manageable and accessible
  • The latest and most highly respected developments in legal scholarship that help both professors and students alike stay up-to-date in the field of criminal procedure law
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