Arizona v. Youngblood (English, United States of America, Oyez)

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For which legal systems does the resource provide instruction? United States of America
On which topics does the resource provide instruction? Arizona v. Youngblood, Supreme Court of the United States, Constitution of the United States of America, constitutional law, William Rehnquist, William H. Rehnquist, John Paul Stevens, Harry Blackmun, due process, Due Process Clause, Fourteenth Amendment, jury instruction, criminal justice, law enforcement, exoneration, evidence, exculpatory evidence, discovery, deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, bad faith, prosecutor, eyewitness identification, forensic evidence
For which languages is instruction provided? English
Title of the online educational resource for law and legal systems Arizona v. Youngblood
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Publisher Legal Information Institute, Justia, Chicago-Kent College of Law
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Does this resource include a glossary, dictionary, or similar reference material? no
Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? no
Is this resource freely available online? yes
Is this resource available as a PDF or other downloadable format? no
Does this resource include an audio or video presentation? yes
Does this resource include a quiz or test of knowledge? no
United States of America +
Arizona v. Youngblood +, Supreme Court of the United States +, Constitution of the United States of America +, constitutional law +, William Rehnquist +, William H. Rehnquist +, John Paul Stevens +, Harry Blackmun +, due process +, Due Process Clause +, Fourteenth Amendment +, jury instruction +, criminal justice +, law enforcement +, exoneration +, evidence +, exculpatory evidence +, discovery +, deoxyribonucleic acid +, DNA +, bad faith +, prosecutor +, eyewitness identification +  and forensic evidence +
Legal Information Institute +, Justia +  and Chicago-Kent College of Law +