cja315 | undergraduate
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Introduction to Criminal Procedure
- Describe the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution.
- Explain the applicability of the Bill of Rights to the states via the Fourteenth Amendment.
The Fourth Amendment and the Exclusionary Rule
- Explain the common law background of the Fourth Amendment.
- Analyze the rationale and purpose of the exclusionary rule.
- Identify exceptions to the exclusionary rule.
- Identify alternative remedies to the exclusionary rule.
- Define search and seizure.
Essential Fourth Amendment Concepts
- Explain the expectation of privacy.
- Explain probable cause as it relates to searches and arrests.
- Describe exceptions to warrant requirements.
- Explain automobile search rules.
- Explain the concept of stop and frisk.
- Explain requirements regarding border and regulatory searches.
Right to Counsel Interrogation and Identification
- Describe the concept of self-incrimination.
- Explain the Miranda decision.
- Explain the development of the right to counsel.
- Describe the right to counsel in a criminal proceeding.
- Describe eyewitness identification procedures.
Pretrial Procedures The Trial Process
- Explain the pretrial process.
- Describe pretrial detention and the concept of bail.
- Explain preliminary examinations and the role of the grand jury.
- Analyze the prosecutorâs duty to disclose exculpatory information.
- Describe a defendantâs rights at trial.
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