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NCJ Number: 39593 Find in a Library
Title: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE - COURT-ORDERED, SURGICAL REMOVAL OF BULLET FROM ACCUSED IS NOT UNREASONABLE SEARCH AND SEIZURE UNDER THE 4TH AMENDMENT WHERE LEGAL AND MEDICAL SAFEGUARDS PROVIDE SUFFICIENT PROTECTION
Journal: TEMPLE LAW QUARTERLY  Volume:50  Issue:1  Dated:(1976)  Pages:164-176
Author(s): L R BARRON
Corporate Author: Temple University
School of Law
Temple Law Review
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 13
Sponsoring Agency: Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: ARTICLE DISCUSSES AN APPELLATE COURT RULING ON FOURTH AMENDMENT PROVISIONS AGAINST UNREASONABLE SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN RELATION TO A COURT-ORDERED BODILY INTRUSION CASE.
Abstract: IN UNITED STATES V. CROWDER, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPELLATE COURT RULED THAT REMOVAL OF A POSSIBLY INCRIMINATING BULLET FROM A SUSPECT'S ARM COULD NOT BE PREVENTED BY CITING AMENDMENT SAFEGUARDS. THE CASE INVOLVED A WOUNDED ROBERY AND MURDER SUSPECT WHO WAS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN SHOT IN THE ARM BY THE VICTIM BEFORE HE DIED. THE AUTHOR EXAMINES THE RELEVANT CASE LAW TO FIND A PRECEDENT IN THE APPELLATE COURT'S DECISION....BS
Index Term(s): Judicial decisions; Medicolegal considerations; Rights of the accused; Search and seizure
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