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NCJ Number: 65202 Find in a Library
Title: SEARCHES AND SEIZURES, ARRESTS AND CONFESSIONS, 2ND ED.
Author(s): W E RINGEL; J D FRANKLIN; S C BELL
Corporate Author: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd
United States of America
Date Published: 1979
Page Count: 670
Sponsoring Agency: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd
New York, NY 10014
Sale Source: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd
435 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: WRITTEN FOR USE BY LAWYERS, JUDGES, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS, THIS SOURCEBOOK ANALYZES THOUSANDS OF CASES FROM FEDERAL AND STATE JURISDICTIONS AND DISCUSSES A RANGE OF TOPICS PERTINENT TO SEARCH AND SEIZURE.
Abstract: THIS NEW EDITION OF SEARCHES AND SEIZURES IS DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE THE MANY NEW CONCEPTS, SUPREME COURT RULINGS, AND LOWER COURT INTERPRETATIONS THAT HAVE ARISEN SINCE THE 1972 WORK AND THAT INVOLVE THE SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW. THIS VOLUME COMPRISES THE FIRST OF A TWO-VOLUME SET TO BE UPDATED ANNUALLY; THE SECOND VOLUME WILL DEAL WITH ARRESTS AND CONFESSIONS. CHANGING PHILOSOPHY IN THE ADOPTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL CONCEPTS IS NOT EXAMINED, BUT CLEAR EXPLANATIONS OF FOURTH AMENDMENT STANDARDS AND PRINCIPLES ARE PROVIDED. EACH TEXT SECTION FORMS A DISTINCT TOPIC AND CONTAINS APPLICABLE RULES OF LAW, EXCEPTIONS, AND JURISDICTIONAL CONFLICTS, WITH REFERENCES TO CONTROLLING OR PERTINENT SUPREME COURT CASES, LEADING FEDERAL AND STATE CASES, AND RELEVANT STATUTORY LAW. TOPICS INCLUDE THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE, PROBABLE CAUSE, FORMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUANCE AND EXECUTION OF A WARRANT, CHALLENGING A SEARCH CONDUCTED PURSUANT TO A WARRANT, CONSENT AND VEHICLE SEARCHES, STOP AND FRISK, AND VEHICLE, PUBLIC AREA, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND BORDER SEARCHES. ADDITIONAL SECTIONS COVER SUPERVISORY SEARCHES BY GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL, BODY SEARCHES, SEARCHES AND SEIZURES WITH FIRST AMENDMENT IMPLICATIONS, MOTION TO SUPPRESS, HABEAS CORPUS, AND CIVIL LIABILITY FOR ILLEGAL SEARCHES AND SEIZURES. EXTENSIVE FOOTNOTES ARE PROVIDED. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT MODIFIED--AOP)
Index Term(s): Administrative searches; Arrest warrants; Consent search; Constitutional Rights/Civil Liberties; Miranda rights; Police legal limitations; Reference materials; Right of privacy; Right to Due Process; Search and seizure laws; Search warrants; Warrantless search
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