I've never used supplements, as I usually write my own as part of exam prep (or a 100+ page outline, depending on what you choose to call it). However, I'm simply not going to have time to do that for crim pro this semester, so I'm looking for a supplement conducive to my study methods. I'm looking for something both with succinct briefs of key cases and rough guidelines for how to approach exam questions (e.g." In motions to suppress confessions under Miranda, first determine whether there was an active invocation of the right to silence/counsel. If there was an invocation, the suspect must himself re-initiate interrogation for there to be a waiver . . .").
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