South Western Reporter Second Series

ferred from want of probable cause. — Ellis County State Bank v. Keever, 870 S.W.2d 63. <£=31. Acts and conduct evidence of malice. Tex.App.-Dallas 1992. Evidence that lending bank sought indictment against borrower for hindering ...

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American jurisprudence

Judicial determination of probable cause as prerequisite to detention Case authorities: The denial of defendants' post-indictment motions for a probable cause hearing did not violate G.S. 15A-606(a) or deprive defendants of equal ...

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Criminal Procedure

WHAT IS PROBABLE CAUSE? Probable cause The constitutional requirement that law enforcement officers have reasonable belief that a person has committed a crime. At its simplest, probable cause refers to the reasonable belief that a crime ...

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Author: Neal R. Bevans

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ISBN: 9781543824773

Category: Law

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Criminal Procedure: An Introduction for Criminal Justice Professionals is a student-friendly, practical, and timely overview of the essential topics in the field. Designed with the student in mind, Neal R. Bevans brings his wealth of experience as a prosecutor, defense attorney, and author to this accessible textbook. With broad coverage that emphasizes how criminal procedure works in the real world, students will gain a solid foundation in the fundamentals of the law, as well as an understanding of how to apply what they have learned. New to the Second Edition: Now covering only criminal procedure, the text offers a focused introduction to the field. Reorganized and expanded with new chapters on Constitutional Issues and Evidence and The Exclusionary Rule Chapters on the Fourth and Fifth Amendments reorganized to improve the teachability of the material. New cases included throughout the book Improved and expanded end of chapter exercises and practice questions for test review Updated with the latest developments in Criminal Procedure Professors and students will benefit from: Broad coverage that includes both traditional and cutting-edge topics Well-crafted pedagogy, including learning objectives at the start of each chapter; boldfaced legal terms, with definitions in the margins; figures and charts that visually translate concepts and procedures; and end-of-chapter questions, activities, and assignments to enrich learning. Scenarios that exemplify how the law is applied in practice. Edited cases at the end of each chapter.

Criminal Procedure

As a general rule, where probable cause to arrest exists at a particular point in time, it will not subsequently cease to exist. As a Virginia court noted, arrest probable cause only becomes stale if facts emerge that indicate the ...

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Author: Jefferson L. Ingram

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000532210

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Criminal Procedure: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition, presents a broad overview of criminal procedure as well as a detailed analysis of specific areas of the law that require specialized consideration. The third edition provides students with an updated, comprehensive text written in reader-friendly language to introduce them to the field of criminal procedure. Significant edited legal cases are integrated into each chapter, and comments, notes, and questions accompany each case. This edition features a new chapter covering searches of Internet-connected devices and electronic devices that may store personally connected data. The chapter “The Internet of Things” introduces search and seizure concepts related to electronics. In addition, a section at the conclusion of each chapter, “How Would You Decide,” allows readers to examine the facts of a real case that contain some of the important concepts form each chapter. The reader can compare the individual's personal resolution of the case with the way the actual court determined the issue. Using a balanced text/case format, the author provides an overview of general criminal procedure as well as guidance for law enforcement actions that honor constitutional protections and comport with the rule of law. Instructor support material prepared by the author is available on our website, including lecture slides and instructor’s manual with test bank, as well as online updates on new case law in the area of criminal procedure. This textbook is ideal for all criminal justice programs in both four-year and two-year schools, especially those preparing future police officers, as well as a reference for law students and attorneys.

Operation of the Exclusionary Rule

416 Alternatively , the officers in Ybarra might reasonably have thought that probable cause was not required because the Supreme Court has approved several types of intrusions in which officers lack probable cause.417 The search in ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Criminal Justice

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North eastern reporter second series

Before search warrant is issued , impartial judicial officer must assess whether police have probable cause to conduct search . U . S . C . A . Const . Amend . 4 . - Kurinsky v . Natl . Cable Television Assn . , 649 N . E . 2d 860 ...

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The English Reports

Being a mixed question of law and fact , the learned Judge was right in submitting the whole circumstances to the jury , for them to judge of the reasonable and probable cause ; M ́Donald v . Rooke ( 2 Bing .

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Connecticut Torts The Law and Practice 2nd Edition

of probable cause, malice and a termination of suit in the plaintiff's favor to prevail in an action for vexatious suit.13 PRACTICE COMMENT A plaintiff seeking damages for vexatious civil litigation must allege and prove that he or she ...

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Author: Frederic S. Ury

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ISBN: 9781632846259

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Whether you are a plaintiff or defense attorney, Tort Remedies in Connecticut will help you develop successful strategies for obtaining and defending against the claimed remedy - such as agency relationships, availability of punitive damages, causation, or increased risk. And, whether you're an experienced practitioner or a novice, you will save hours of valuable case preparation time by relying on this book's sample forms. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Southern Reporter

lishing “probable cause” since the arrest the night before and the search in question were too remote in point of time and place. Preston v. United States, 376 U.S. 364, 84 S.Ct. 881, 11 L.Ed.2d 777. In Knox v. State, 42 Ala.

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Corpus Juris Secundum

Absconding, grounds for arrest, arrest in civil actions, $ 89 Accuracy of information, probable cause, arrest by peace officer without warrant, $ 29, p. 70 Acquittal, effect on lawfulness of arrest without warrants, $ 16, p. 29 Actions.

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