Course Information

Course Number

226

Credits

3

Area of Study & Practice

  • Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
  • Criminal Law and Procedure

Criminal Procedure: Investigation

This course is a study of the legal limitations on criminal investigative practices contained in the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the Constitution. Topics include search and seizure, arrest, the exclusionary rule, electronic surveillance, the privilege against self-incrimination, interrogation, confessions, and the right to counsel.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Lisa Kern Griffin
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2014
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Lisa Kern Griffin
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2013
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Lisa Kern Griffin
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2012
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Lisa Kern Griffin
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2011
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Lisa Kern Griffin
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2010
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Victor Streib
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Fall 2008
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Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Fall 2007
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Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Fall 2006

Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Fall 2005
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Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Fall 2004

Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2004

Robert P. Mosteller
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2003

Andrew E. Taslitz
Criminal Procedure: Investigation 226.01
Spring 2001