For courses in Criminal Procedure
Brief. Affordable. Visual.
Criminal Procedure, Third Edition, provides an affordable, thought-provoking look at criminal procedure that uses clear writing and eye-catching visuals to get your students straight to the important concepts. By focusing on these core concepts, students will gain true understanding of the material, without becoming overwhelmed with unnecessary information. The book's conversation-starting pedagogy encourages active participation in learning, moving students beyond memorization by engaging them in the latest research findings and current events shaping the field.
Criminal Procedure, Third Edition
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John L. Worrall is professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). A Seattle native, both his M.A. (criminal justice) and Ph.D. (political science) are from Washington State University, where he graduated in 1999 From 1999 to 2006, he was a member of the criminal justice faculty at California State University, San Bernardino. He joined UTD in the fall of 2006.
Dr. Worrall has published articles and book chapters on topics ranging from legal issues in policing to crime measurement. He is also the author or coauthor of numerous textbooks, including Introduction to Criminal Justice (with Larry J. Siegel, 16th ed., Cengage, 2018) and Criminal Procedure: From First Contact to Appeal (5th ed., Pearson, 2015). He is also editor of the journal, Police Quarterly.
PART 1: Foundations
1. Introduction to Criminal Procedure
2. The Exclusionary Rule and Other Remedies
PART 2: Search and Seizure
3. Introduction to the Fourth Amendment
4. Searches and Arrests with Warrants
5. Searches and Arrests Without Warrants
7. Special Needs and Regulatory Searches
PART 3: Interrogations, Confessions, and Identification Procedures
8. Interrogation and Confessions
9. Identifications PART 4: Formal Proceedings
10. The Pretrial Process
11. Prosecutors, Grand Juries, and Defense Attorneys
12. Plea Bargaining and Guilty Pleas
13. Trial and Beyond