Probable Cause and Probable Cause Hearings. Other Constitutional Rights. Right to a Speedy Trial. Right to a Public Trial. Double Jeopardy. Discovery in Criminal Cases. Interviewing Prosecution Witnesses. Preserving Evidence. Hearsay in Criminal Cases. Stages of a Criminal Case. Stages of a Criminal Trial. Search Warrant Requirement. Search and Seizure Rules. Consent to a Search.
To obtain a search warrant, police must show probable cause that a crime was Common exceptions to the warrant requirement include. Police must obtain a search warrant from a judge, although courts have This might include an imminent threat to an officer's safety, or a.
Consent to Home Searches. Car Searches. Searches Incident to Arrest. The Good-Faith Exception.
The Patriot Act. The Knock-Notice Rule. Search Warrants.
Drug Crimes. Drug Manufacturing. Drug Possession. Drug Trafficking. Medical Marijuana. Drug Laws. Felony Murder. First-Degree Murder. Involuntary Manslaughter. Second-Degree Murder. Vehicular Homicide. Voluntary Manslaughter. Aiding and Abetting. Federal Crimes.
Juvenile Crimes. Juvenile Delinquency. Status Offenses. Sentencing in Juvenile Court.
Juveniles in Adult Court. Constitutional Rights for Juvenile Defendants. Confidentiality of Juvenile Court Records. Evading the Police. Criminal Trespass.
Disorderly Conduct. Animal Cruelty and Neglect. Child Molestation Law. Child Pornography Law. Public Indecency. Sexual Assault. Sexual Misconduct. Statutory Rape. Auto Theft.
Traffic Offenses. Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License. Driving Without a License. Hit and Run. Reckless Driving. Traffic Tickets. Vehicular Assault. Violent Crimes.
Assault and Battery. Child Abuse. Domestic Violence. White Collar Crimes. Bank Fraud. Credit Card Fraud.
Check Fraud. Insurance Fraud.
Securities Fraud. Tax Fraud. Welfare Fraud. Wire Fraud. Insider Trading.
Money Counterfeiting. Money Laundering. Tax Evasion. Other Alcohol-Related Crimes. Probation Violations. Sealing Juvenile Records. Removal From Sex Offender Databases.