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Loewy: 刑事訴訟法 第4版

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Materials, and Questions, 4th Edition

Arnold H. Loewy

1 vol. xix, 1390 p. Hard., 2015年5月刊

Carolina Academic Press (Formerly published by LexisNexis Academic), USA. ISBN: 9781632815408

¥37,680

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【Table of Contents】

Preface

Table of Cases

The Fourth Amendment

The Fifth Amendment

The Sixth Amendment

The Fourteenth Amendment, Section I

1. The Protections of and Rationale for the Fourth Amendment

2. Probable Cause

3. The Need for a Warrant

A. Is the Warrant Requirement the Exception or the Rule?

B. Who Can Issue a Warrant?

4. Arrests

A. The Paradigm

B. Arrests in the Home

C. Force in Effectuating an Arrest

D. Search Incident To Arrest

5. Plain View

6. Automobiles

A. The Rule and its Rationale

B. Cars and Containers

C. Search Incident to Arrest in an Automobile

D. Suspicionless Highway Stops

E. Inventory Searches

7. Limited Searches on Less than Probable Cause

A. Protection of the Officer

B. What Is Reasonable Suspicion? How Is It Different from Probable Cause?

C. Limits on Terry-type Stops

8. Seizures

9. Searches

A. The Divining Rod Theory of the Fourth Amendment 381

B. Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

10. Consent

11. Are We Moving Towards Open Season on Automobiles as We Enter a New Millenium?

12. Unusual Situations

A. Especially Intrusive Searches

B. Border Searches

C. The Fourth Amendment Beyond Our Borders

D. Administrative and Other Noncriminal Searches

13. The Exclusionary Rule

A. The Rationale for the Exclusionary Rule

B. The Good Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule

C. Standing

14. Confessions, Voluntariness

15. Right to Counsel

16. Miranda

A. The Case Itself

B. The Nature of the Warnings

C. Invoking Miranda

D. Waiver

E. Custody

F. Interrogation

G. The Public Safety Exception

17. The Right to Counsel and Confessions

A. Massiah Revisited

B. Contrasting Massiah and Miranda

18. Voluntariness Revisited

19. Miranda Revisited

20. Due Process Outside of the Confession Context

A. Due Process and the Fourth or Fifth Amendment

B. Due Process and Identification

21. Attenuation

A. Fourth Amendment

B. Miranda

22. Inevitable Discovery

23. Entrapment

A. The Relevance of Predisposition

B. The Due Process Defense

24. Pre-Trial Detention

A. Post-Arrest Probable Cause Hearings

B. Bail

25. Right to Counsel

A. Rationale and Scope

B. The Right of Self-Representation

C. Quality of Representation

D. Counsel Loyalty

26. Guilty Pleas

A. The Requisites of a Voluntary Guilty Plea

B. The Cost of a Guilty Plea

C. Plea Bargaining

27. Discovery

A. Defendant's Right to Discover the State's Case

B. Discovery of Evidence that the State Should, But Doesn't, Have

C. The State's Right of Discovery

28. Jury Trial

29. Privilege Against Self Incrimination at Trial

30. Double Jeopardy

A. Mistrial

B. Successful Appeal by Defendant

C. Separate Sovereignties

D. Collateral Estoppel

E. Same Offense

F. Enhanced Sentencing Following a Successful Appeal

31. Habeas Corpus, Retroactivity, and Harmless Error

Bibliography