WHITEBREAD'S CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, AN ANALYSIS OF CASES AND CONCEPTS (6TH, 2015) 9781634590396WHITEBREAD
This text is the ideal study companion for courses in criminal procedure. At well under 1000 pagesdivided roughly equally between coverage of police investigative practices and bail to jail issuesthe book is easily digestible in a short period of time. Yet, unlike the typical canned outline, it provides the facts of the most important cases, which are crucial to deep understanding of judicial rulings, as well as a detailed table of contents, table of cases and index that make finding the relevant law a painless endeavor. At the end of each chapter, the book provides a summary of legal principles and a bibliography of the most significant and topical scholarship. Most importantly, each chapter follows a flow-chart method of analyzing criminal procedure problems, whether they involve search and seizure, interrogation, double jeopardy or habeas corpus. This text can also be used as a reference by those students who become criminal justice attorneys needing to pinpoint crucial arguments and supporting precedent.