Aspen Publishing

Cases on Criminal Procedure, 2023-2024

Robert M. Bloom


  • ISBN: 9798886143966

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  • Description

    Judiciously organized and edited, Cases on Criminal Procedure, 2023–2024 offers a collection of Supreme Court cases that illustrate the underpinnings of police practice. This succinct and adaptable text raises a wide range of questions about the processing of criminals through the American justice system—a process that is described in the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments of the Constitution. 

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    New to This Edition: 

    The new edition through its organization seeks to focus on the Fourth Amendment concept of expectation of privacy from the Katz decision as it has been modified in the digital world. The cases provided present the various approaches of the Supreme Court Justices. In addition, there is a new chapter that helps to summarize the various requirements of the Fourth Amendment through the use of dogs. With regard to interrogations, we have added some additional torture material to help analyze the due process voluntary standard.  

    Professors and students will benefit from: 

    The material in this book helps the student through the use of selected cases to see the approaches utilized by different courts. It constantly reiterates the dichotomy between individual rights with law enforcement from the Warren Court through the Roberts Court.  

  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 11/21/2022
    Copyright: 2023
    Pages: 1140

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  • Author Information

    Robert M. Bloom

    Robert M. Bloom, Professor of Law, has had legal experience in legal services, civil rights law, and as a criminal attorney, both a defense lawyer and prosecutor. He also has been a court-appointed master on complicated civil cases. He is the author of numerous publications in the area of criminal procedure and civil procedure.

    Professor Bloom received the Ruth Arlene Howe Faculty Member of the Year award from the Black Law Students Association for the 2002-2003 academic year.