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Due Process Clause/Totality of Circumstances Test
- Did the interrogation overbear the will of the suspect under the totality of circumstances?
- If yes, all statements/fruits are inadmissible in the prosecution’s case in chief and for impeachment.
- Was there custody + interrogation?
- Were the warnings adequate?
- Was there a valid waiver (i.e., voluntarily, knowingly, intelligently)?
- Did the suspect invoke his right to counsel, or right to remain silent?
- Do any exceptions apply?
- Are there any testimonial or physical fruits regarding the case in chief or impeachment?
Sixth Amendment Test
- Did the suspects right to counsel attach (i.e., criminal adversarial proceed + critical stage)?
- Did the police deliberately elicit incriminating information from the suspect without a lawyer present?
- Was there a valid waiver?
- Are there any testimonial fruits regarding the case in chief or impeachment?
Lineups, Showups, & Identification Procedures
14th Amendment/Due Process Clause Standard
- Applies to photo identification & corporeal identification procedures (both pre-indictment and post-indictment).
- Was the out of court identification of the defendant, under the totality of circumstances: (1) unnecessarily suggestive; and (2) conductive to mistaken identification?
- If yes, excluded at trial (hard standard to meet).
6th Amendment Standard
- Applies only to post-indictment corporeal procedures.
- Criminal adversarial proceedings + critical stage analysis.
- Was the attorney present?
- Was there a valid waiver?
- If denied counsel at lineup/showup, prosecutor cannot obtain in-court identification of the accused by the witness, unless the prosecutor proves by clear and convincing evidence that the in-court identification is not a fruit of the tainted out of court identification.
Search & Seizure
- Has there been government conduct?
- Was there a search that violated an individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy?
- Was there probable cause and/or a warrant?
- Was the warrant complied with?
- Was there an exception to the warrant requirement?
- If there was a violation, does the exclusionary rule apply?
- Are there any fruits?
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