Criminal Procedure

Developed for Law School Exams and the Multistate Bar
Narrated by: Rafi Nemes JD
Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
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In Criminal Procedure, we explore the fundamental black-letter rules of criminal procedure most commonly tested on the MBE and in law school. By combining a simplified approach to legal learning with the innovative and on-the-go appeal of an audio study aid, Criminal Procedure provides you with a concise overview of the subject matter in a manner that truly makes it easy to review and memorize. 

Criminal Procedure also includes numerous hypothetical examples and analyses to help you apply legal reasoning in analyzing fact patterns.  

Key topics include: 

  • The exclusionary rule 
  • Fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine 
  • Fourth Amendment 
  • Reasonable expectation of privacy 
  • Warrants and exceptions to the warrant requirement 
  • Terry stops and frisks 
  • Police interrogation 
  • Confessions 
  • Fifth Amendment Miranda doctrine 
  • Pre-trial proceedings 
  • Eighth Amendment 
  • Double jeopardy 
  • Bonus examples   

AudioOutlines creates innovative legal study aids customized for audio that are designed to simplify the learning process and help you gain a solid understanding of the subject matter. Listen and learn, anytime anywhere, with AudioOutlines.   

Disclaimer: Please note this publication is for educational purposes only and is provided as is. AudioOutlines does not render legal or other professional advice.

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Just one thing

The only problem I really had was that sometimes there was no explanation for why an answer was wrong. Other than that, my biggest complaint was that the piano notes between chapters was WAY too loud and jarring. It’s an unnecessary noise, silence between chapters is much more favorable.

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A must-have for criminal justice students

If you are a criminal justice student and taking constitutional law, you need to get this!

There are several examples at the end of search and seizure cases which can greatly help your understanding of any textbook material.

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great outline

This is a good outline. Also, great narrator, and great bonus examples at the end. :)

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Excellent substantive review!

I would recommend this audio review to anyone that would classify themselves as an audio leaner because the rules of law that are used are conveyed in a clear and concise manner. Most importantly, the examples are good in assisting to help you understand how the law is being applied to the facts prescribed. Also, the summary recap after every scenario is awesome.