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    I am in full support of reasonable people OCing, legal and law abiding, able to possess a "fire arm", think we all know what that means.
    If you really want to have a full understanding of what you legal rights are concerning LEO "contact" I would strongly suggest that you pick up a soft cover book, Criminal Justice Case Briefs, Significant Cases in Criminal Procedure By Craig Hemmens, John L. Worral and Alan Thompson, Roxbury Publishing Co. ISBN # 1-931719-23-3
    It has a lot of information concerning issues you may or may not encounter.
    Please give it a read, because a highly educated society is a balanced one.

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    http://www.amazon.com/Significant-Cr.../dp/0195330374

    This text is one of three books in the Criminal Justice Case Briefs series, each of which provides a summary and analysis of leading cases in a particular area of criminal justice: criminal procedure law, corrections law, or juvenile law. Craig Hemmens is the lead author on all three books; there is a different set of coauthors on each book, all of whom are experts in their respective areas.
    Easily accessible to undergraduates, each volume has the same basic outline and format, which is neither exclusively "casebook" nor "textbook." The purely casebook approach is not always appropriate for undergraduates, whose primary focus is learning the law, not "how to think like a lawyer." Therefore, these books present briefs (or summaries) of the opinions, along with analyses and explanations, instead of the actual opinions themselves. This allows instructors to use the books as either supplements or as main, stand-alone texts. The volumes also include less background and extraneous material than most textbooks; the cases are presented in a context, with relevant commentary, which allows students to better understand the significance of the legal holdings, explains the Court's holdings, and places each case in context with the Court's other decisions.
    Criminal Justice Case Briefs: Significant Cases in Criminal Procedure is comprehensive in its treatment of criminal procedure. It covers all of the major cases in each area, including sections on liability and asset forfeiture. All incorporated case information within the text is current through the 2002-2003 term of the Supreme Court. The book features a list of cases, in alphabetical order and grouped by topic; briefs of each case, arranged by topic; a short introduction to each topic, intended to put the cases into context and provide some unity; and an index.

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    BLAH BLAH BLAH! For pete's sake, if you're gonna copy & paste give credit at the end to where you ripped it off from.

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    CTRL + C LOL RIGHT CLICK COPY +PASTE

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    http://www.amazon.com/Significant-Cr.../dp/0195330374

    This text is one of three books in the Criminal Justice Case Briefs series, each of which provides a summary and analysis of leading cases in a particular area of criminal justice: criminal procedure law, corrections law, or juvenile law. Craig Hemmens is the lead author on all three books; there is a different set of coauthors on each book, all of whom are experts in their respective areas.
    Easily accessible to undergraduates, each volume has the same basic outline and format, which is neither exclusively "casebook" nor "textbook." The purely casebook approach is not always appropriate for undergraduates, whose primary focus is learning the law, not "how to think like a lawyer." Therefore, these books present briefs (or summaries) of the opinions, along with analyses and explanations, instead of the actual opinions themselves. This allows instructors to use the books as either supplements or as main, stand-alone texts. The volumes also include less background and extraneous material than most textbooks; the cases are presented in a context, with relevant commentary, which allows students to better understand the significance of the legal holdings, explains the Court's holdings, and places each case in context with the Court's other decisions.
    Criminal Justice Case Briefs: Significant Cases in Criminal Procedure is comprehensive in its treatment of criminal procedure. It covers all of the major cases in each area, including sections on liability and asset forfeiture. All incorporated case information within the text is current through the 2002-2003 term of the Supreme Court. The book features a list of cases, in alphabetical order and grouped by topic; briefs of each case, arranged by topic; a short introduction to each topic, intended to put the cases into context and provide some unity; and an index.

    http://www.amazon.com/Significant-Cr.../dp/0195330374

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    qball54208 wrote:
    BLAH BLAH BLAH! For pete's sake, if you're gonna copy & paste give credit at the end to where you ripped it off from.
    I thought including the link was sufficient.

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