Forthcoming March 2021 • casebound
The ninth edition of this criminal procedure casebook incorporates significant rulings of the Court since the last edition—most notably, Carpenter v. United States (whether acquisition of historical cell site location records is a search), Collins v. Virginia (whether the automobile exception allows warrantless entries onto curtilage), Kansas v. Glover (whether knowledge that a vehicle’s registered owner has a revoked license gives rise to a reasonable suspicion justifying a stop), and Byrd v. United States (whether a person not on a rental car contract but permitted to use a car by the renter has “standing” to object to a search). The text has been streamlined with the hope of assisting instructors pressed for time. Chapter Six (Entrapment) has been eliminated and a number of previously main cases have been reduced to note status. Finally, the problems for most of the chapters have been refreshed with a sampling of cutting-edge rulings by lower courts.
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