This comprehensive compendium includes detailed summaries of Illinois and federal cases related to search and seizure. Whether you represent the defense or the government, this book is the perfect starting point for your research. It covers all relevant cases addressing protected areas and interest, the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement, exigent circumstances, consent, plain view/touch, searches/seizures requiring probable cause, limited intrusions requiring reasonable suspicion, automobile stops and searches, non-criminal inquiries, electronic eavesdropping, and evidentiary challenges.
The 2014 Edition is fully updated through December 18, 2013, and also includes a more-recent Appendix with detailed summaries of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Fernandez v. California and the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision in People v. Cregan. It is authored by respected legal scholars John F. Decker of DePaul University College of Law and Ralph Ruebner of John Marshall Law School. Order yours today!
Published February 2014, 302 pages.