Search and Seizure

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Infobase Publishing, 2009 - Political Science - 147 pages
Examines numerous issues related to the Fourth Amendment, which protects the rights of the individual against unreasonable search and seizure.
 

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Contents

Foreword
6
Search and Seizure A Brief Review
10
Technicalities in Criminal Trials Protect Everybodys Freedoms
24
Too Much Concern for Formal Rights Interferes With Crime Fighting
40
ProfilingMakes Prejudice Official
50
Profiling and Prejudice Are Different
62
Existing Legal Protections Are Not Stopping Unfair Policing
74
Restricting Search and Seizure Power Too Much Hurts Public Safety
98
Notes
118
Resources
128
Elements of the Argument
134
Appendix
136
Index
140
Picture Credits
145
Contributors
146
Copyright

Lonely Detectives Thin Blue Lines or What?
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