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1. Search and seizure [2013]

Book
2 volumes : forms ; 27 cm
  • 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.
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2. Search and seizure [2012]

Book
2 v. ; 27 cm.
  • v. 1. Introduction
  • The reasonable expectation of privacy
  • Probable cause
  • The history and purpose of the exclusionary rule
  • Applying the exclusionary rule
  • Standing to object to a search
  • The fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine
  • Consent searches
  • Plain view, hearing, smell, and feel
  • Open fields
  • Searches in other areas open to others or the public
  • Private searches
  • Abandonment
  • Exigent circumstances
  • Stop and frisk
  • Search incident to arrest
  • Vehicle seizures
  • Vehicle searches
  • Seizures and searches of premises
  • Searches of offices of lawyers, doctors, and other professionals
  • Searches involving First Amendment rights
  • v. 2. Arrest and other seizures of persons
  • Searches of persons
  • Body searches
  • Searches of prisoners, parolees, and probationers and as a condition of bail
  • Border searches and stops
  • Immigration stops and searches
  • Seizures and searches of vessels
  • Searches and seizures of mail and packages
  • Seizures and searches of luggage and other personal containers
  • Inventory searches
  • Airport and bus and train station searches and seizures
  • Electronic surveillance (non-title III)
  • Administrative and regulatory searches and seizures
  • Military searches and seizures
  • Foreign searches and seizures
  • National security searches and seizures
  • Non-criminal searches and seizures authorized by special needs of government
  • Subpoena duces tecum
  • Searches and seizures of documents
  • Warrant requirement in general
  • Applications for warrants
  • Return of and access to the search warrant papers
  • Form, content, and construction of warrants
  • Conduct of searches and execution of warrants
  • Litigating the motion to suppress
  • Appellate and post-conviction review
  • Civil and other remedies to illegal searches.
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Book
6 v. ; 27 cm.
  • v. 1. The exclusionary rule and other remedies
  • Protected areas and interests
  • v. 2. Probable cause
  • Search warrants
  • v. 3. Seizure and search of persons and personal effects
  • Entry and search of premises
  • Search and seizure of vehicles
  • v. 4. Consent searches
  • Stop and frisk and similar lesser intrusions
  • v. 5. Inspections and regulatory searches
  • v. 6. Administration of the exclusionary rule.
Professor LaFave interprets and applies the Fourth Amendment in diverse factual situations for developing more effective arguments of search and seizure issues in plea bargaining, trial, and appeal phases of a criminal case. Expert discussion covers the exclusionary rule and other remedies, protected areas and interests, probable cause, and search warrants. This work also addresses search and seizure of persons and personal effects, entry and search of premises, search and seizure of vehicles, and consent searches. Explores stop and frisk and similar lesser intrusions, along with inspections and regulatory searches. Also examines the administration of the exclusionary rule.
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Book
xiii, 167 p. ; 28 cm.
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Book
6 v. ; 26 cm.
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Book
xv, 144 p. ; 28 cm.
  • A conceptualization of the Fourth Amendment
  • Threshold applicability
  • The substance of the Fourth Amendment
  • The sanction for a Fourth Amendment violation
  • Independent state grounds.
This is the second edition of the ABA Criminal Justice section's flagship product, its comprehensive summary of every case relating in any way to the Fouth Amendment ever decided by the US Supreme Court. This edition offers a decade of updated case summaries, through the end of the 2002 term.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781590310878 20160527
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7. Search & seizure [2002]

Book
iv, 684 p. ; 26 cm.
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8. Search and seizure [2000]

Book
2 v. ; 27 cm.
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Book
5 v. ; 25 cm.
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10. Search and seizure [1991 - 1998]

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2 v. ; 26 cm.
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11. Search and seizure [1988]

Book
[4] p. ; 28 cm.
Green Library
Book
[3] p. ; 28 cm.
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (78 leaves)
www.llmcdigital.org for assistance ask at the Stanford Law Library reference desk.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xv, 158 p. ; 24 cm.
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Book
v. ; 23 cm.
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Book
viii, 79 p. ; 23 cm.
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Book
126 leaves ; 28 cm.
www.llmcdigital.org for assistance ask at the Stanford Law Library reference desk.
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Book
v, 67 p. ; 22 cm.
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Book
v, 53 p. ; 22 cm.
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Book
viii, 54 p. ; 17 cm.
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