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Hall, John Wesley, Jr., 1948- author.
Publication date:
Fifth edition.
New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis, 2013.
  • Book
  • 2 volumes : forms ; 27 cm
Kept up to date by pocket parts. "Filed through: Release no. 5 October 2013."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • v. 1. Introduction
  • Analyzing search and seizure problems
  • Privacy and trespass
  • Standing to object to a search
  • The third-party doctrine and informational privacy
  • Probable cause
  • The history and purpose of the exclusionary rule
  • The good faith exception to the exclusionary rule
  • Other questions of application of the exclusionary rule
  • The fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine and inevitable discovery
  • Independent state grounds
  • Consent searches
  • Plain view, hearing, smell, and feel
  • Dogs and mechanical sniffers
  • Open fields
  • Curtilage
  • Searches in other areas open to others or the public
  • Private searches
  • Abandonment
  • Exigent circumstances in general
  • Terry stop and frisk
  • v. 2. Search incident to arrest
  • Vehicle stops and seizures
  • Vehicle searches
  • Premises
  • Business and professional offices
  • First amendment rights
  • Arrest and other seizures of persons
  • Warrantless entries to arrest
  • Searches of persons, an overview
  • Body and strip searches
  • Urine, blood, and DNA testing
  • Prisoners
  • Parolees and probationers and as a condition of pretrial release
  • Border stops and searches
  • Immigration stops and searches
  • Vessels
  • Mail and packages
  • Luggage and other personal containers
  • Inventory
  • Airports and bus and train stations
  • Electronic surveillance (non-Title III)
  • Administrative and regulatory searches and seizures
  • Foreign searches and seizures
  • National security searches and seizures
  • Special needs of government
  • School searches
  • Area-entry searches
  • Subpoena duces tecum
  • Documents
  • Computers and other electronic devices
  • Military searches and seizures
  • Warrant requirement in general
  • Neutral and detached magistrate requirement
  • Applications for warrants
  • Particularity requirement
  • Challenging truthfulness of application for warrant, the Franks doctrine
  • Conduct and scope of searches and execution of warrants
  • Return of and access to the search warrant papers
  • Litigating the motion to suppress
  • Crimes and ethics of interfering with arrest and search
  • Appellate review
  • Post-conviction review
  • Civil and other remedies
  • Appendix A. Federal rules of criminal procedure
  • Appendix B. Forms for complaint, arrest, search and seizure, and tracking order.
Other edition:
Previous edition: Hall, John Wesley, Jr., 1948- Search and seizure. 4th ed. New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis, c2012 9780769864051 (DLC) 99067999 (OCoLC)823161070

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