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The Fourth Amendment: Its History and Interpretation, Second Edition

Thomas K. Clancy

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ISBN 10: 1611631742 / ISBN 13: 9781611631746
Published by Carolina Academic Press, 2013
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Title: The Fourth Amendment: Its History and ...

Publisher: Carolina Academic Press

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Second.

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This treatise is an accessible and authoritative resource for scholars, judges, practitioners, and others on the Fourth Amendment. It comprehensively treats Supreme Court case law and offers a structural approach to the Fourth Amendment, addressing foundational questions: What is a search? What is a seizure? What does the Amendment protect? When is it satisfied? When does the exclusionary rule apply? The treatise offers ready access to current doctrine. The historical events and the development of search and seizure principles over time provide perspective. Fourth Amendment jurisprudence is in constant change and this second edition incorporates all Supreme Court developments since the first edition, including important cases on the definition of a ''search,'' searches of vehicles, exigent circumstances, dog searches, and the exclusionary rule. It also adds hundreds of lower court cases.

The second edition includes a new introductory section on digital evidence in Chapter 1, highlighting the increasing importance of such evidence, and has additional treatment of digital evidence throughout. Although the structure of the first edition has been retained, every section of the new edition has new material and many of sections have been substantially revised.

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Thomas Clancy is Director of the National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law, and a Research Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law.

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