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Criminal Procedure 

Criminal Procedure
Criminal Procedure

Michael Greenspan

, Amar Mehta

, and Merrill Rotter

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date: 15 January 2021

Chapter 22 includes cases that have helped to define basic principles of criminal procedure. The cases do not all involve individuals with mental illness, but the opinions significantly affect how those individuals are processed in the criminal justice system. Robinson v. California and Powell v. Texas were critical in establishing the scope of prosecution permitted against individuals with substance use disorders. The other cases in the chapter are Miranda v. Arizona, North Carolina v. Alford, and Colorado v. Connelly.

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