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The 2010 Criminal Procedure Supplement will provide edited versions of the most recent Supreme Court cases, including: Fourth Amendment Ontario v. Quon (reasonable expectation of privacy) Michigan v. Fisher (exigent circumstances searches ; Fifth Amendment Florida v. Powell (addressing language necessary for Miranda warnings) Berghuis v....
The 2010 Criminal Procedure Supplement will provide edited versions of the most recent Supreme Court cases, including: Fourth Amendment Ontario v. Quon (reasonable expectation of privacy) Michigan v. Fisher (exigent circumstances searches ; Fifth Amendment Florida v. Powell (addressing language necessary for Miranda warnings) Berghuis v. Thompkins (changing standards for waiver of Miranda rights) Maryland v. Shatzer (allowing reinterrogation after "break in custody") Sixth Amendment Porter v. McCollum (standards for ineffective assistance of counsel) Presley v. Georgia (right to public trial, including during voir dire) Guilty Pleas Padilla v. Kentucky (requiring non-citizens be advised of possible deportation consequences at guilty pleas) Speedy Trials Bloate v. U.S. (interpretation of Federal Speedy Trial Act) Jury Trials Berghuis v. Smith (discrimination in jury selection) Renico v. Lett (mistrial standards for deadlocked juries) Thaler v. Haynes (Batson challenges) Skilling v. U.S. (venue and pretrial publicity) Sentencing and Appeals Carr v. U.S. (interpretation of Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act) U.S. v. Marcus (plain error standard under FRCP 52(b)) U.S. v. O'Brien (mandatory minimum provisions) Dillon v. U.S. (guidelines sentencing) Graham v. Florida (juvenile life without parole sentences and cruel & unusual punishment) Habeas Corpus Magwood v. Culliver (standards for successive claims) Beard v. Kindler (impact of fugitive forfeiture rule on adequate-state-grounds doctrine) Padilla v. Kentucky (ineffective assistance of counsel)
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