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ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE -MASSACHUSETTS DISTINCTIONS IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE SPRING 2017

Juvenile Searches of Persons, Lockers & Desks and Miranda Issues and Ch. 16 Warrantless Administrative Searches and Ch. 17 Special Needs Searches – Suppression Matters

I declare under penalty of perjury and violation of the student honor code that by filling out and submitting this form, I have listened to the audio file and I am aware that if I present this material matter as true which I know to be false, I may be subjected to discipline under the Massachusetts School Student Code of Conduct.

Professor Shane Rodriguez
srodriguez@mslaw.edu

ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE is designed to prepare students in the evolving areas of criminal procedure that are heavily tested in the essay portion of the Bar exam. This upper-level course will examine recent opinions issued by the U.S. Supremes Court under the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Massachusetts law is often more “defendant friendly” affording greater protections than the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth amendments to the U.S. Constitution. We will compare federal law to Massachusetts law under Articles 12 and 14 of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights and common law.

 

 

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