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NCJ Number: 151257 Find in a Library
Title: Ohio Arrest, Search and Seizure
Author(s): L R Katz
Date Published: 1992
Page Count: 483
Sponsoring Agency: Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co
Cleveland, OH 44106
Publication Number: ISBN 0-8322-0374-2
Sale Source: Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co
University Ctr
PO Box 1974
Cleveland, OH 44106
United States of America
Type: Legislation/Policy Analysis
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This volume details the law of search and seizure, interrogation and confession, pretrial identification, and arrest as defined by the United States Supreme Court, the Ohio criminal rules, the Ohio criminal laws, and State case law.
Abstract: The text focuses on questions and issues that routinely confront judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, law enforcement officials, teachers, and students. It explains new trends and developments, while addressing the facts and holdings of nearly 700 cases. Individual sections focus on the right of privacy, the exclusionary rule, probable cause, arrests, arrest warrants and summons, and the issuance and implementation of search warrants. Additional sections focus on exigent circumstances, a search incident to an arrest, the automobile exception to the warrant requirement, the plain view rule, stop and frisk, administrative searches, consent searches, the motion to suppress evidence, the suppression hearing, interrogation, confessions, lineups, and pretrial identification. Checklists appended tables of cases and laws and rules, index, and more than 200 references
Main Term(s): Police legal limitations
Index Term(s): Confessions; Interrogation procedures; Ohio; Police policies and procedures; Search and seizure laws; State laws
Note: 3rd edition
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