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Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Mercer L. Rev.
  • Thomas E. Baker, Florida International University College of Law
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This Article does not claim completeness even within the confines of constitutional criminal procedure. During the survey period, the court decided hundreds of appeals in the general area. A gross grouping of these decisions yields the following subtopics for this Article: Arrests; Searches and Seizures; Self-Incrimination; Grand and Petit Jury Rights; and the Right to Counsel. These emphases mirror the court's 1982 docket. If only in a 'footnoteworthy' way, the court did deal with other traditional constitutional criminal procedure topics such as the following: double jeopardy; pretrial and trial identifications; speedy trials; discovery; the right to confrontation; guilty pleas and bail. The subtopics selected, however, dominated the court's docket, and they will dominate this discussion.

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Thomas E. Baker. "Constitutional Criminal Procedure" Mercer L. Rev. Vol. 34 (1983) p. 1241
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