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Prisoner Rights: The Evidentiary Use Of Prisoner Mail, State V. Johnson, 456 S.W.2d 1 (Mo. 1970) Jan 1971

Prisoner Rights: The Evidentiary Use Of Prisoner Mail, State V. Johnson, 456 S.W.2d 1 (Mo. 1970)

Washington University Law Review

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The Role Of Abandonment In The Law Of Search And Seizure: An Application Of Misdirected Emphasis, Edward G. Mascolo Jan 1971

The Role Of Abandonment In The Law Of Search And Seizure: An Application Of Misdirected Emphasis, Edward G. Mascolo

Buffalo Law Review

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Searches Without Warrants, Jerold H. Israel Jan 1971

Searches Without Warrants, Jerold H. Israel

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My primary area of concentration today is the search made without a warrant. Studies indicate that 95 percent or more of all searches are without warrants. It is quite understandable, then, that most of the search-and-seizure litigation concerns the validity of searches without warrants.