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C.The Warrant Clause
D.Probable Cause – The Standard for Search and Arrest
i)Police officer’s observations: credibility is usually presumed
E.Reasonable Suspicion – The Standard for Stop and Frisk
iv)What Constitutes a “Stop” or a Seizure of the Person?
F.Warrantless Searches and Seizures
iv)Warrantless Intrusion Requiring No Justification: Consent
v)The Plain View & Plain Touch Doctrine
II.Fifth Amendment
B.Scope of the Privilege
D.To Whom Does the Privilege Belong
E.What is Protected
F.Procedural Aspects of Self-Incrimination Claims
G.Fifth Amendment Limitations of Confessions
vii)Components of Miranda
H.Wavier of Miranda Rights157
implied waivers
ii)Waiver After Invocation of Miranda Rights
iii)Fifth or Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel – McNeil v. Wisconsin (1991)
III.Sixth Amendment
A.The Right to Counsel: The Massiah Rule (April 26: 783 – 801)
i)The Massiah Doctrine172
ii)The “Deliberately Elicit” Standard – Fellers v. United States (2004)
B.Waiver of the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel (April 28: 801-811)
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Criminal Procedure Outline

Criminal Procedure Outline

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