Prosecutor's Manual for Arrest, Search and Seizure
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The ideal roadmap for defense lawyers and prosecutors, Prosecutor's Manual for Arrest, Search and Seizure provides the succinct analysis necessary to canvass the often tangled landscape of Fourth Amendment law. Originally authored by former prosecutors, Professors James Adams and Daniel Blinka, the Third Edition was updated by John M. Castellano of the Queens County, New York, District Attorney's Office. These authors' pragmatic approach has created a balanced, sound, and comprehensive one-volume survey of arrest, search, and seizure issues.
The Third Edition features all major decisions of the United States Supreme Court through April 2015 as well as significant and helpful circuit court decisions. A staggering array of search, seizure, and arrest issues are discussed, including border searches, provisions of the USA Patriot Act, the use of devices to augment sensory perception, and a new chapter on searches of digital devices, data, and records. Readers will find this Third Edition even more beneficial, useful, and helpful than the previous editions. Annual supplements will keep readers up-to-date on all timely and important new cases and issues.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 FOURTH AMENDMENT STANDING AND SUPPRESSION MOTIONS
Chapter 2 THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE AND ITS EXCEPTIONS
Chapter 3 SEARCH WARRANTS
Chapter 4 EXTRAORDINARY SEARCHES REQUIRING MORE THAN MINIMAL PROBABLE CAUSE
Chapter 5 ARRESTS ON WARRANTS
Chapter 6 WARRANTLESS POLICE-CITIZEN INTERACTION
Chapter 7 SEARCH AND SEIZURE ISSUES RELATED TO AUTOMOBILE INTRUSIONS
Chapter 8 CONSENT SEARCHES
Chapter 9 INVENTORIES AND OTHER COMMUNITY CARETAKING SEARCHES
Chapter 10 BORDER STOPS AND SEARCHES
Chapter 11 STOPS AND SEARCHES AT SEA
Chapter 12 EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES
Chapter 13 SPECIAL NEEDS SEARCHES
Chapter 14 ADMINISTRATIVE SEARCHES
Chapter 15 WARRANTLESS ADMINISTRATIVE SEARCHES OF "CLOSELY REGULATED" BUSINESSES
Chapter 16 DEVICES USED TO AUGMENT AN OFFICER'S SENSORY PERCEPTION
Chapter 17 POLICE INVESTIGATORY ACTIVITY AND SEIZURES NOT CONSIDERED SEARCHES OR SEIZURES WITHIN THE FOURTH AMENDMENT
Chapter 18 SEARCHES OF DIGITAL DEVICES, DATA, AND RECORDS UNDER FOURTH AMENDMENT
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