Entries from Law Student Connection tagged with 'search and seizure'

"A Foray Into The Appellate World" by Anne Jelliff

A Foray Into the Appellate World by Anne Jelliff When the Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department of the New York State Supreme Court comes to your school, here is what you can expect. A sympathetic professor might suspend an afternoon...

"More Than One Way To Skin A 'Katz': How The U.S. Supreme Court Made The Katz Test--And Basic Privacy Rights--An Endangered Species" by Benjamin Pomerance

More Than One Way To Skin A Katz: How The U.S. Supreme Court Made The Katz Test--And Basic Privacy Rights--An Endangered Species by Benjamin Pomerance On a February afternoon in 1761, a young lawyer from the English colony of Massachusetts...

"You Do Not Have the Right to Remain Silent: The Fifth Amendment Right Against Compelled Self-Incrimination Inside the School Setting" by Elizabeth Lentini

You Do Not Have the Right to Remain Silent: The Fifth Amendment Right against Compelled Self-Incrimination Inside the School Setting by Elizabeth Lentini I Background of Student's Constitutional Rights Inside the School Students in an educational setting have limited constitutional...

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