United States Supreme Court Cases and Comments: Criminal Law and Procedure
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This five-volume treatise provides an analysis of United States Supreme Court case law on a variety of constitutional issues, with a concentration on those issues critical to criminal proceedings. Part I offers an overview of Supreme Court cases interpreting:
• the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments;
• the remedies for constitutional infringements;
• the right to privacy;
• the constitutionality of federal penal legislation under the Commerce Clause;
• the constitutionally of state-directed mandates under the Necessary and Proper Clause; and
Citations to pertinent statutes, rules, and lower court decisions are included. Part II contains summaries and detailed legal analyses of every major criminal law-related case decided by the Supreme Court since its 1979-1980 Term, as well as important non-criminal cases addressing the issues discussed in Part I. Each chapter in Part II covers a different Term, with cases organized according to the relevant constitutional amendment or type of action. In the first release of each year, a new chapter is added to Part II covering the recently concluded Supreme Court Term. The second release of the year updates the analysis in Part I with the principles announced in the case law from the previous Term.
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Table of contents
Part I Survey of the Law
CHAPTER 1 The Fourth Amendment
CHAPTER 2 The Fifth Amendment
CHAPTER 3 The Sixth Amendment
CHAPTER 4 The Eighth Amendment
CHAPTER 5 The Fourteenth Amendment
CHAPTER 5A The First Three Amendments
CHAPTER 5B Remedies for Constitutional Infringements
CHAPTER 5C The Constitutional Right of Privacy
CHAPTER 5D Constitutionality of Federal Penal Legislation Under Commerce Clause
CHAPTER 5E Supreme Court's New Federalism in Context of Federal Legislation
CHAPTER 5F Extradition
CHAPTER 5G The Fifteenth Amendment
Part II Case Summaries and Analysis
CHAPTER 6 The 1979-1980 Term
CHAPTER 7 The 1980-1981 Term
CHAPTER 8 The 1981-1982 Term
CHAPTER 9 The 1982-1983 Term
CHAPTER 10 The 1983-1984 Term
CHAPTER 11 The 1984-1985 Term
CHAPTER 12 The 1985-1986 Term
CHAPTER 13 The 1986-1987 Term
CHAPTER 14 The 1987-1988 Term
CHAPTER 15 The 1988-1989 Term
CHAPTER 16 The 1989-1990 Term
CHAPTER 17 The 1990-1991 Term
CHAPTER 18 The 1991-1992 Term
CHAPTER 19 The 1992-1993 Term
CHAPTER 20 The 1993-1994 Term
CHAPTER 21 The 1994-1995 Term
CHAPTER 22 The 1995-1996 Term
CHAPTER 23 The 1996-1997 Term
CHAPTER 24 The 1997-1998 Term
CHAPTER 25 The 1998-1999 Term
CHAPTER 26 The 1999-2000 Term
CHAPTER 27 The 2000-2001 Term
CHAPTER 28 The 2001-2002 Term
CHAPTER 29 The 2002-2003 Term
CHAPTER 30 The 2003-2004 Term
CHAPTER 31 The 2004-2005 Term
CHAPTER 32 The 2005-2006 Term
CHAPTER 33 The 2006-2007 Term
CHAPTER 34 The 2007-2008 Term
CHAPTER 35 The 2008-2009 Term
CHAPTER 36 The 2009-2010 Term
CHAPTER 37 The 2010-2011 Term
CHAPTER 38 The 2011-2012 Term
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