In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1978: Stop and Frisk Cases : Oral Arguments December 11-12, 1967 : Kalman Finkel, Gretchen White Oberman, William I. Siegel & Michael Juviler, in Nelson Sibron, Appellant Vs. New York, Appellee : Robert Stewart Friedman, James L. Duggan & William I. Siegel, in John Francis Peters, Appellant Vs. State of New York, Appellee : and Louis Stokes & Reuben M. Payne, in John W. Terry, Petitioner Vs. State of Ohio, Respondent
CSA Reporting Corporation, 1967 - Searches and seizures - 202 pages
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