Canadian society : pluralism, change, and conflict /
edited by Richard J. Ossenberg.
Scarborough, Ont. : Prentice-Hall of Canada, [1971]
x, 214 p. ; 24 cm.
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Scarborough, Ont. : Prentice-Hall of Canada, [1971]
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Appropriate for courses in Law and Evidence. Offering a rare combination of courtroom legal knowledge and traffic law enforcement procedures, Courtroom Survival for Traffic Officers uniquely prepares officers for their role in the courtroom. It moves beyond the abstract, providing concrete strategies for overcoming common defense tactics. Starting at the scene, it shows readers how to interview witnesses, victims, and suspects; how to distinguish reasonable suspicion from probably cause; and the importance of foundation. Special chapters are devoted to the use radar and collision investigation and reconstruction. The authors' real world experience infuses each topic as readers learn how traffic officers can better prepare for the courtroom experience.
Table of Contents
An Introduction
Prosecutorial Ethics and Common Defense Tactics
Interviewing Investigative Subjects
Reasonable Suspicion vs. Probable Cause
The Importance of Foundation
Use of Radar
Traffic Collision Investigation and Reconstruction
Proper Preparation
Alternatives to Trial (. . .sell that citation. . .)
Possible Administrative Actions
The Importance of Good Notes
Corpus Delicti
Trial Preparation
Courthouse Etiquette
Trial Strategy
Calibration Evidence
Burden of Proof
Meeting and Overcoming Objections
Examination of Witnesses
Miscellaneous Laws
State-by-State Information
Other Courtroom Survivalâäó
Glossary of Terms
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