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Constitutional Law for the Criminal Justice Professional

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C.J. FranklinCloud County Community College, Concordia, Kansas, USA

ISBN13: 9780849311550
ISBN: 0849311551
Published: April 2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: £79.99

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Written in a simple, straightforward manner, this book will help today's criminal justice student better understand con law issues as well as the complicated development of constitutional rights and law. In its simple, easy to understand format, this book is a must for both current criminal justice professionals and students studying to enter the profession.Constitutional Law for the Criminal Justice Professional covers search and seizure, arrest and civil rights as well as the judiciary, first amendment, due process and the judicial system. By an author with more than ten years experience as a police officer, another seven years as an attorney (both prosecuting and defending criminal cases), and more than seven years teaching law, this book is a valuable source of knowledge and understanding. It helps today's criminal justice student and professional be better prepared for tomorrow's needs.

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Introduction to Constitutional LawWhy is the Constitution So Important A Brief History of the U.S. ConstitutionArticle III-The JudiciaryOrganization of the CourtsJudicial PowerJudicial ReviewFirst Amendment-Religion and ExpressionReligion: An OverviewFreedom of Expression: Speech and PressRights of Assembly and PetitionFourth Amendment-Search and SeizureHistory and Application of the Fourth AmendmentArrests and Other DetentionsSearches and Seizures Pursuant to WarrantExecution of WarrantsWarrantless Searches and Exceptions to the Warrant RequirementsElectronic Surveillance Under the Fourth AmendmentEnforcing the Fourth AmendmentFifth Amendment-Rights of PersonsIndictment by Grand JuryDouble JeopardySelf-IncriminationSelf-Incrimination:From Voluntariness Standard to MirandaDue Process Under the Fifth AmendmentSixth Amendment-Rights of Accused in Criminal ProsecutionsSpeedy Public TrialRight to Trial by Impartial JuryRight of Notification and ConfrontationAssistance of CounselEighth Amendment-Further Guarantees in Criminal CasesExcessive BailCruel and unusual PunishmentsOther Issues Under the Eighth AmendmentFourteenth Amendment-Due Process and Equal ProtectionDue Process of LawProcedural Due ProcessAppendix A: The Constitution of the United States of AmericaAppendix B: Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of AmericaCase ListingsIndex