A study of the Federal Constitution and the Bill of Rights and the New York Constitution with regard to the rights of the individual, as interpreted by leading U.S. Supreme Court and N.Y. Court of Appeals decisions. The first, fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth, and fourteenth amendments will be primarily focused upon with an emphasis on their law enforcement impact.
Adapted from Constitutional Law: Cases and Materials by David L. Pogue, Esq., 2009, with thanks for his guidance and friendship.
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