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Re: Criminal Procedure Hornbook

Postby ph14 » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:55 am

ajax adonis wrote:Hello all, I was wondering if any of you guys used a good hornbook or something of the sort for your crim pro class. Would be much appreciated!


If I can direct your attention here.

The Supplements Thread wrote:Crim Pro
-Emanuel and the E&E were pretty good. I used them to clarify some issues that I was a bit confused on, and every case discussed in my class was covered in the E&E. If you choose one, go for the E&E.

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Re: Criminal Procedure Hornbook

Postby Myself » Wed Jan 23, 2013 1:52 pm

Thanks. I'm also looking for other suggestions and perspectives. Seems like that guy was the only one to give any crim pro suggestions.

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Re: Criminal Procedure Hornbook

Postby MinEMorris » Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:55 am

As far as conceptually grasping the material, I don't think you can beat Understanding Criminal Procedure (Dressler). I got lost a couple of times in criminal procedure (e.g. car searches and the nuances of Miranda) and that hornbook always explained complicated rules clearly and also has a lot of great policy discussions. I've heard some people say that their crim pro professors specifically recommended that hornbook, too.



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