Criminal Procedure The Law of Search and Seizure Has a Search or Seizure Taken Place? Is the Search or Seizure Reasonable? Motor Vehicle Exception The Stop and Frisk Exception Other Exceptions Interrogation and Confessions Miranda’s Aftermath The Exclusionary Rule
Trial Procedures Cast of Characters The Trial of Thomas Evans Jury Selection Trial Strategy Opening Statements Direct and Circumstantial Evidence Rules of Evidence Closing Statements Instructing the Jury
The Role of Government Crime and the Federal Government Federal Policy: The Patriot Act Federal Policy: Gun Control An Attack on Crime: The State Level New Role of State Supreme Courts The Color of Justice
Getting Involved in Fighting Crime Vigilantes in American History Crime in Schools Burglary Prevention A Conclusion on Crime
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