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Table of Contents Section One: Preliminary Matters/Setting the Stage Chapter 1: Introduction/A Brief History of Evidence Law Chapter 2: The American Criminal Court System Chapter 3: Some Important Underlying Concepts Chapter 4: Forms of Evidence Section Two: Arrest and Search Procedures Chapter 5: Introduction to the Fourth Amendment Chapter 6: Arrests and Searches With Warrants Chapter 7: Seizure of Evidence Without Warrants Chapter 8: Self-Incrimination, Confessions, and Identification Procedures Section Three: Criminal Evidence Chapter 9: Witness Competency, Credibility, and Impeachment Chapter 10: Examining Witnesses Chapter 11: Testimonial Privileges Chapter 12: The Hearsay Rule and Its Exceptions Chapter 13: How Different Types of Evidence Are Introduced
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Evidence, Criminal United States