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University of Baltimore - School of Law
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criminal law, sentencing, Maryland, judicial modification of sentences, judges, MSBA, Maryland State Bar Association, surveys
criminal law, trials, plea bargaining, differential sentencing, punishment, criminal defendants
Supreme Court, cruel and unusual punishment, criminal law, Eighth Amendment, proportionality decisions
crimes, criminal law, public, judiciary, media, drunk driving, MADD, child sex abuse, social pathology, legislative bodies, law enforcement, victims' rights groups
sobriety checkpoints, police, fourth amendment, Delaware v. Prouse, search and seizure, particularized suspicion, test of reasonableness
Federal Rule of Evidence 803(8)(C), public records, public reports, admission of hearsay, prejudicial evidence, fact finding
DNA testing, arrestees, Fourth Amendment, constitutional law, criminal law, evidence, courts, crime, DNA samples, Supreme Court, Maryland statute, Maryland v. King, primary purpose test, criminal wrongdoing
Investigative reports, trials, evidence, hearsay exception, government reports, Federal Rule of Evidence 803(8)(C),
Miranda v. Arizona, right to remain silent, right to counsel, police behavior, custodial interrogation, Fifth Amendment, constitutional law
doctrine of inevitable discovery, Supreme Court, evidence obtained illegally, criminal law, exclusionary rule, constitutional protections
Supreme Court, Murray v. United States, criminal law, police, exclusionary rule, search and seizure, search warrants
criminal suspects, eyewitness identification, Supreme Court, criminal law, admissibility of evidence, constitutional standards
Supreme Court, constitutional law, Eighth Amendment, noncapital sentencining, proportionality, criminal justice system, criminal law
Fourth Amendment, search and seizure, reasonable suspicion, Navarette v. California
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