By Rolando V. Del Carmen, Jeffery T. Walker
This renowned reference booklet briefs situations facing themes of basic value to cops, together with briefs of significant situations within the components of cease and frisk, seek and seizure, motor vehicle searches, confessions and felony liabilities.Briefs of instances that come with pill, evidence, factor, preserving, cause and case value.
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271 Gideon v. S. 335 (1963) A lawyer must be appointed for an indigent who is charged with a felony offense in state court. 272 Escobedo v. S. 478 (1964) A suspect in a serious offense is entitled to a lawyer during interrogation at a police station. 273 Massiah v. S. 201 (1964) Incriminating statements are not admissible in court if the defendant was questioned without an attorney present after the defendant was charged with a crime and obtained a attorney. 274 United States v. S. 264 (1980) A defendant’s right to counsel is violated if the police intentionally create a situation that is likely to elicit incriminating statements.
S. 643 (1961) is the leading and best-known case on the exclusionary rule. In Mapp, the Court held that the exclusionary rule also applied to state criminal prosecutions, thus extending the exclusionary rule to all federal and state criminal proceedings. There are many exceptions to the exclusionary rule, as the cases briefed here show. The common theme in these cases is that the misconduct, mistake, or error was not committed by the police but by other government officials— in some cases judges, the legislature, or a court clerk.
The officers took every step that could reasonably have been taken to ensure that the warrants were valid. The difference between the Leon and Sheppard cases is that, in Sheppard, the issue was improper use of a search warrant form (the form used was used in another district to search for controlled substances, the judge telling the detective who filed the form that the necessary changes would be made by the judge), whereas in Leon the issue was the use of a questionable informant and stale information.
Briefs of Leading Cases in Law Enforcement, 7th Edition by Rolando V. Del Carmen, Jeffery T. Walker