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CCJS 100 2 ND EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE The first exam in this course is usually the least difficult, with the exams becoming progressively more difficult, so studying this exam review is important to you getting a good grade. Be sure and read your text, because the examination is equally weighted between text and discussion notes. Review all readings concerning Police and Constitutional Law; Courts and Adjudication; Pretrial Procedures, Plea Bargaining, Trial; Punishment and Sentencing. The articles you should review are: Racial Profiling and its Apologists; Judges Turn Therapists in Problem-Solving Court; Looking Askance at Eyewitness Testimony; When the Poor Go to Court. Your focus should be on: 1. Police: pay particular attention to what you read and what was discussed concerning the Bill of Rights (the first ten Amendments to the Constitution, specifically the Furth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments. Remember, the Fourteenth Amendment extended the Bill of Rights protections beyond the federal government to state governments. Be familiar with the exclusionary rule.
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  • Fall '07
  • Gaston
  • Problem-Solving Court Review

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