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Illinois Search & Seizure provides reliable guidance designed to help Illinois practitioners master state and federal search and seizure issues. This convenient, single-volume edition provides detailed practice tips and robust analysis and discussion on dozens of topics, including warrantless searches and seizures, vehicle searches, and probable cause and reasonable suspicion. Written by John Wesley Hall and Jessica Koester and brought to you by LexisNexis® Matthew Bender®—worldwide leader in primary and secondary legal publications—this is an indispensable resource for criminal law practitioners in Illinois.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Analyzing Search and Seizure Problems
Chapter 3 Privacy and Trespass
Chapter 4 Standing to Object to a Search
Chapter 5 Probable Cause
Chapter 6 The History and Purpose of the Exclusionary Rule
Chapter 7 The Good Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule
Chapter 8 The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine and Inevitable Discovery
Chapter 9 Consent Searches
Chapter 10 Plain View, Hearing, Smell, and Feel
Chapter 11 Dogs and Mechanical Sniffers
Chapter 12 Open Fields
Chapter 13 Curtilage
Chapter 14 Abandonment
Chapter 15 Terry Stop and Frisk
Chapter 16 Vehicle Stops and Seizures
Chapter 17 Vehicle Searches
Chapter 18 Premises
Chapter 19 Arrest and Other Seizures of Persons
Chapter 20 Warrantless Entries to Arrest
Chapter 21 Airports and Bus and Train Stations
Chapter 22 Warrant Requirement
Chapter 23 Neutral and Detached Magistrate Requirement
Chapter 24 Applications for Warrants
Chapter 25 Particularity Requirement
Chapter 26 Challenging Truthfulness of Application for Warrant; the Franks Doctrine
Chapter 27 Conduct and Scope of Searches and Execution of Warrants
Chapter 28 Return of and Access to the Search Warrant Papers