Criminal Procedure I - Edmund Searby
LAW 621 Section 41
January 13, 2020 – Lecture: overview of course and plan for classes; background on criminal investigations and police practice; sources of limits on police power; the Bill of Rights and the Warren Court’s “Criminal Procedure Revolution;” competing interests underlying expanding and contracting criminal procedure guarantees.
Lead Students: N/A
Reading: Learning Criminal Procedure, Simmons and Hutchins, Second Edition, West 2019,(“Learning Crim. Pro.”) Chapters I (pp. 1-8), II (pp. 19-21), and III.
II. The Fourth Amendment
a. Scope of application of the Fourth Amendment