American Criminal Law Review
search and seizure, Fourth Amendment, evidence, privacy
Evidence | Fourth Amendment | Law | Privacy Law
Professor Slobogin examines recent Supreme Court decisions involving standing to challenge search and seizure violations, and argues that the Court's commitment to a "totality of the circumstances" approach has permitted erosion of fourth amendment protections. After concluding that these decisions provide little guidance to lower courts, Professor Slobogin offers a set of principles which will aid in analyzing the Court's direction.
Capacity to Contest a Search and Seizure: the Passing of Old Rules and Some Suggestions for New Ones, 18 American Criminal Law Review. 387
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