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Examples & Explanations for Criminal Procedure: The Constitution and the Police, Tenth Edition

Authors
  • Robert M. Bloom
  • Mark S. Brodin
Series / Examples & Explanations Series
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Description

A favorite classroom prep tool of successful students that is often recommended by professors, the Examples & Explanations (E&E) series provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class lectures. Each E&E offers hypothetical questions complemented by detailed explanations that allow you to test your knowledge of the topics in your courses and compare your own analysis.

Here’s why you need an E&E to help you study throughout the semester:

  • Clear explanations of each class topic, in a conversational, funny style.
  • Features hypotheticals similar to those presented in class, with corresponding analysis so you can use them during the semester to test your understanding, and again at exam time to help you review.
  • It offers coverage that works with ALL the major casebooks, and suits any class on a given topic.

The Examples & Explanations series has been ranked the most popular study aid among law students because it is equally as helpful from the first day of class through the final exam.

New to the Tenth Edition:

  • Fourth Amendment limits on cell phone and computer searches
  • Police accountability and the limits of the exclusionary rule
  • Recent cutback on Miranda as a constitutional doctrine
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About the authors
Robert M. Bloom

Robert M. Bloom, Professor of Law, has had legal experience in legal services, civil rights law, and as a criminal attorney, both a defense lawyer and prosecutor. He also has been a court-appointed master on complicated civil cases. He is the author of numerous publications in the area of criminal procedure and civil procedure. Professor Bloom received the Ruth Arlene Howe Faculty Member of the Year award from the Black Law Students Association for the 2002-2003 academic year.

Mark S. Brodin
Boston College

Mark S. Brodin is Professor of Law and former Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Boston College Law School. A graduate of Columbia College and Columbia Law School (where he served on the Law Review), Professor Brodin clerked for United States District Judge Joseph L. Tauro from 1972 to 1974. He was Staff Counsel with the Lawyers#39; Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of the Boston Bar Association from 1974 to 1980, representing plaintiffs in civil rights actions including DeGrace v. Rumsfeld, 614 F. 2d 796 (1st Cir. 1980); N.A.A.C.P. Boston Chapter v. Harris, 607 F. 2d 514 (1st Cir. 1979); Harris v. White, 479 F. Supp. 996 (D. Mass. 1979); Cooke v. Sarni Original Dry Cleaners, 2 M.D.L.R. 1012 (1980), aff#39;d 388 Mass. 611 (1983) (trial counsel.) Professor Brodin has published extensively in the areas of employment discrimination, constitutional criminal procedure, evidence and litigation. He is the author of numerous law review articles and co-author of the Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence (Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Editions) with Paul J. Liacos and Michael Avery (Little, Brown Aspen., 2007); Criminal Procedure: The Constitution and the Police, Examples and Explanations (First thru Fifth Editions) with Robert M. Bloom (Aspen 2007); Civil Procedure: Doctrine, Practice and Context (First and Second Editions) (Aspen 2004) (with Steve Subrin, Martha Minow, Thom Main). Professor Brodin has served for brief periods as an appellate attorney with the Massachusetts Defenders Committee (now the Committee for Public Counsel) and as a special assistant district attorney with the Norfolk County District Attorney. Professor Brodin was named BC Law#39;s 2002-2003 Faculty Member of the Year by the Law Students Association, and given the Ruth-Arlene W. Howe Award from the Black Law Studentsrsquo; Association in 2005 and 2006.

Product Information
Edition
Tenth Edition
Publication date
2023-02-28
Copyright Year
2023
Pages
448
Paperback
9781543846034
Connected eBook with Study Center (Digital Only)
9798886140613
Subject
Criminal Procedure
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