Criminal Procedure requires technical understanding of how the American System of Law interacts with the people’s rights. Understanding how, and where, the American people derive our recognized rights from is the first step in grasping the interaction between Criminal Procedure and People’s Rights. This step necessarily requires a review of the Constitution as the principal derivative of our understanding of “RIGHTS.” The purpose of this research paper is for you, the student, to analyze and think critically of the most influential amendments as related to criminal procedure. These amendments being the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments of the Bill of Rights.
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