Government and defense attorneys continue the battle to determine when the public has a right to be free from “unreasonable” searches and seizures. Whether you find yourself trying to suppress fruit of the poisonous tree, defending a warrant, or otherwise confronting search-and-seizure questions, this book is a powerful research tool.
This comprehensive compendium of cases by two respected legal scholars, John F. Decker of DePaul University College of Law and Ralph Ruebner of John Marshall Law School, is a great starting point for your research, whether you represent the defense or the government.
ALL NEW - one-volume – Recent developments on all search and seizure cases decided through October 11, 2009.
Published 2010, 225 pages.
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