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Criminal Procedure

Introduction, Automobile Exception To The Warrant Requirement, Investigation, The Exclusionary Rule, The Stages Of A Criminal Prosecution

The framework of laws and rules that govern the administration of justice in cases involving an individual who has been accused of a crime, beginning with the initial investigation of the crime and concluding either with the unconditional release of the accused by virtue of acquittal (a judgment of not guilty) or by the imposition of a term of punishment pursuant to a conviction for the crime.

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