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NCJ Number: 40340 Find in a Library
Title: PEOPLE, PRIVACY AND THE COURTS (FROM INTERNATIONAL SEARCH SYMPOSIUM ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AND STATISTICS SYSTEMS, 3D - PROCEEDINGS, MAY 24-26, 1976, PHILADELPHIA, PA, BY JOHN LAUCHER AND MARTHA CASEY - SEE NCJ-40336)
Author(s): P L WOODARD
Corporate Author: SEARCH Group Inc.
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 11
Sponsoring Agency: SEARCH Group Inc.
Sacramento, CA 95831
Type: Program/Project Description
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: AN ANALYSIS OF THE SUPREME COURT'S VIEW OF PROTECTED PERSONAL PRIVACY INTERESTS IN REGARD TO THE INHERENT CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF PRIVACY AND DUE PROCESS.
Abstract: A VARIETY OF CASES ARE DISCUSSED WITH EMPHASIS ON THE LANDMARK CASE PAUL V. DAVIS. THE AUTHOR SEES THE CASE AS HAVING A LIMITED AFFECT ON THE SCOPE OF FUTURE FEDERAL LEGISLATION REGULATING THE MAINTENANCE AND DISSEMINATION OF CRIMINAL RECORDS. QUOTATIONS OF THE MAJORITY AND DISSENTING OPINIONS OF THE CASE ARE GIVEN...TWH
Index Term(s): Criminal histories; Criminal justice information systems; Judicial decisions; Legislation; Project SEARCH; Right of privacy; Right to Due Process; US Supreme Court
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