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Texas Search and Seizure is the only book of its kind focused on Texas law and written by an active trial lawyer for other trial lawyers and judges. Use the author's first-hand experience to learn about the law of search and seizure as it's actually interpreted on the streets and in courts of Texas.
Texas Search and Seizure addresses the types of issues that busy practitioners and judges encounter every day. It analyzes the principles and applications of search and seizure law, unlocking its subtleties and providing the tools to ensure that no aspect of the attorney’s case is overlooked.
Clearly written, Texas Search and Seizure offers expert insight on issues such as reasonable expectation of privacy, consent, and probable cause, as well as current guidelines governing search and seizure in such specific circumstances as vehicles, professional offices, and airports. It contains concise summaries of the standards of governing a particular rule of search and seizure law. Extensive case citations illustrate the applications of the Fourth Amendment of both the US and Texas Constitutions.
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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 THE THIRD PARTY DOCTRINE
CHAPTER 6 PROBABLE CAUSE
CHAPTER 7 THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE
CHAPTER 8 FRUIT OF THE POISONOUS TREE DOCTRINE AND INEVITABLE DISCOVERY
CHAPTER 9 CONSENT SEARCHES
CHAPTER 10 PLAIN VIEW, HEARING, SMELL, AND FEEL
CHAPTER 11 TRAINED DOG SNIFFS
CHAPTER 12 OPEN FIELDS
CHAPTER 13 SEARCHES IN AREAS OPEN TO OTHERS OR THE PUBLIC
CHAPTER 14 ABANDONMENT
CHAPTER 15 SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST
CHAPTER 16 VEHICLE SEARCHES
CHAPTER 17 SEARCHES OF BODILY FLUIDS
CHAPTER 18 PRISONER SEARCHES
CHAPTER 19 BORDER STOPS AND SEARCHES
CHAPTER 20 IMMIGRATION STOPS AND SEARCHES
CHAPTER 21 INVENTORY SEARCHES
CHAPTER 22 SCHOOL SEARCHES
CHAPTER 23 COMPUTERS AND OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES