Criminal Procedure I

This course examines constitutional constraints on government investigation of crime. Topics include search and seizure, interrogations and confessions, and eyewitness identification.  While the focus is the United States Constitution (4th, 5th, and 6th amendments and due process), some attention will be paid to the relationship between state and federal criminal procedure. The first-year day sections (1L) and the upper-division sections (UD) cover the same material.  This is a graduation requirement.

Final exam.

Note: Prof. Mandiberg’s class will have one or more written and oral assignments that will count for 25% of the overall grade.

Updated April 6, 2015