State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

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Abrahamson, Shirley S., 1, 7
Adequate state grounds doctrine. See Independent and adequate state grounds doctrine
Administrative and regulatory inspections, 71-73
Adoption of U.S. Supreme Court reasoning. See Courts, state, adoption of U.S. Supreme Court reasoning by; Supreme Court, U.S., adoption or rejection of reasoning of
Advisory opinions, adequate state grounds doctrine and, 19
Aguilar/ Spinelli rule, 57-58
Ambiguity of state court opinions, 6, 12-13, 23-25, 159, 164, 168, 171
Arrest, searches incident to, 63-65
Automobiles, searches of: automobile exception rule and, 68-69; inventory searches and, 70; miscellaneous, 70- 71; searches, incident to arrest of occupants (New York v. Belton) and, 69-70; state courts and, assessed, 71. See also Terry-type searches and seizures
Belton rule (New York v. Belton), 69-70
Bodily intrusions, 62
Brennan, William J., Jr., 1, 6, 7, 26, 33, 34, 35, 39, 52, 133, 134, 143, 145, 148, 150, 152, 157, 166, 168
Burger (Burger-Rehnquist) Court: conservatism of, 3, 157, 166; exclusionary rule and, 33-34; independent state grounds doctrine and, 22-25; New Federalism and, 6-7, 21, 23, 24; rights-contraction by, 2-3, 166; Warren Court and, compared, 3, 31- 32, 33-34. See also Supreme Court, U.S.; Warren Court; specific legal doctrines
Capital punishment. See Cruel and unusual punishment
Confrontation of adverse witnesses, right to: cross-examine, right to, and, 121; hearsay declarations of coconspirator and, 120; hearsay declarations of trial witness and, 121-21; sensitive witnesses and, 120; state courts and, assessed, 121; unavailable witness and, 119-20
Consent to search, 63
Constitutions, state: cruel and unusual punishments provisions of, 2, 135; double jeopardy provisions of, 144;

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