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The Jurisdictional Entrapment Defense: An Analytic Framework For Claims Of Manufactured Jurisdiction In Child Exploitation Prosecutions, Leonid Feller Jan 2009

The Jurisdictional Entrapment Defense: An Analytic Framework For Claims Of Manufactured Jurisdiction In Child Exploitation Prosecutions, Leonid Feller

Kentucky Law Journal

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The Case For The Third-Party Doctrine, Orin S. Kerr Jan 2009

The Case For The Third-Party Doctrine, Orin S. Kerr

Michigan Law Review

This Article offers a defense of the Fourth Amendment's third party doctrine, the controversial rule that information loses Fourth Amendment protection when it is knowingly revealed to a third party. Fourth Amendment scholars have repeatedly attacked the rule on the ground that it is unpersuasive on its face and gives the government too much power This Article responds that critics have overlooked the benefits of the rule and have overstated its weaknesses. The third-party doctrine serves two critical functions. First, the doctrine ensures the technological neutrality of the Fourth Amendment. It corrects for the substitution effect of third parties that …