eBook Encyclopedia Of Fourth Amendment, 1st Edition

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  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
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  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released February 2013
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Overview

This work provides a unique overview for individuals seeking to understand the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It covers key concepts, events, laws and legal doctrines, court decisions, and litigators and litigants regarding the law of search and seizure.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
About the Editors.
Contents.
Alphabetical Table of Contents.
Topical Table of Contents.
Case Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology: Development and History of the Fourth Amendment.
Fourth Amendment Overview.
Origins and Original Meaning of the Fourth Amendment.
The Reasonableness Requirement.
The Warrant Requirement.
The Incorporation of the Fourth Amendment.
The Fourth Amendment and Technology.
The Fourth Amendment and Privacy.
The Fourth Amendment and Terrorism.
The Fourth Amendment Abroad.
1: A Quantity of Copies of Books v. Kansas (1964).
2: Abandoned Property.
3: Abel v. United States (1960).
4: Adams, John.
5: Adams, Samuel.
6: Adams v. New York (1904).
7: Adams v. Williams (1972).
8: Administrative Searches.
9: Aerial Searches.
10: Agnello v. United States (1925).
11: Aguilar v. Texas (1964).
12: Aguilar-Spinelli Test.
13: Air Pollution Variance Board v. Western Alfalfa Corporation (1974).
14: Airport Searches.
15: Alabama v. White (1990).
16: Albrecht v. United States (1927).
17: Albright v. Oliver (1994).
18: Alderman v. United States (1969).
19: Alexander v. United States (1906).
20: Alito, Samuel A., Jr..
21: Allen v. McCurry (1980).
22: Almeida-Sanchez v. United States (1973).
23: Amar, Akhil Reed.
24: American Bar Association.
25: American Civil Liberties Union.
26: American Civil Liberties Union v. National Security Agency (6th Cir. 2007).
27: American Fur Company v. United States (1829).
28: American Tobacco Company v. Werckmeister (1907).
29: Amos v. United States (1921).
30: Amsterdam, Anthony.
31: Anderson v. Creighton (1987).
32: Anderson v. Maryland (1976).
33: Anderson v. Sills (N.J. 1970).
34: Angelet v. Fay (1965).
35: Anolik, Irving.
36: Anonymous Tips.
37: Anticipatory Warrant.
38: Anti-Federalists.
39: Apparent Authority to Consent.
40: Appolon, The (1824).
41: Arizona v. Evans (1995).
42: Arizona v. Gant (2009).
43: Arizona v. Hicks (1987).
44: Arizona v. Johnson (2009).
45: Arkansas v. Sanders (1979).
46: Arkansas v. Sullivan (2001).
47: Arrest Warrants.
48: Atwater v. City of Lago Vista (2001).
49: Automatic Standing Rule.
50: Automobile Exception.
51: Bacon v. Towne (Mass. 1849).
52: Bad Elk v. United States (1900).
53: Baker v. McCollan (1979).
54: Baldwin v. United States (1981).
55: Banks v. Farwell (Mass. 1838).
56: Banks v. United States (10th Cir. 2007).
57: Bare Bones Affidavit.
58: Barron v. Baltimore (1833).
59: Bartnicki v. Vopper (2001).
60: Beck v. Ohio (1964).
61: Bell v. Clapp (N.Y. 1813).
62: Bell v. Hood (1946).
63: Bell v. Wolfish (1979).
64: Benanti v. United States (1957).
65: Benson, Egbert.
66: Berger v. New York (1967).
67: Bill of Rights.
68: Bivens v. Six Unknown Fed. Narcotics Agents (1971).
69: Black, Hugo L..
70: Black v. United States (1966).
71: Blackmun, Harry.
72: Blackstone, William.
73: Block v. Rutherford (1984).
74: Blood Testing.
75: Board of Education v. Earls (2002).
76: Board of License v. Pastore (1985).
77: Bond v. United States (2000).
78: Border Search Exception.
79: Bork, Robert H..
80: Bounty Hunters.
81: Bowen v. United States (1975).
82: Bowers v. Hardwick (1986).
83: Bowsher v. Merck & Co., Inc. (1983).
84: Boyd v. United States (1886).
85: Bradley, Craig M..
86: Bradley, Joseph.
87: Bram v. United States (1897).
88: Brandeis, Louis D..
89: Breithaupt v. Abram (1957).
90: Brendlin v. California (2007).
91: Brennan, William J., Jr..
92: Brewer v. Williams (1977).
93: Breyer, Stephen G..
94: Brigham City v. Stuart (2006).
95: Brinegar v. United States (1949).
96: Brosseau v. Haugen (2004).
97: Brower v. County of Inyo (1989).
98: Brown v. Illinois (1975).
99: Brown v. Texas (1979).
100: Brown v. United States (1928).
101: Bumper v. North Carolina (1968).
102: Burdeau v. McDowell (1921).
103: Burger, Warren E..
104: Burton v. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company (1917).
105: Bus Passenger Searches.
106: Butler, Dolly Lee.
107: Byars v. United States (1927).
108: Cady v. Dombrowski (1973).
109: Caledonian, The (1819).
110: California Bankers Association v. Shultz (1974).
111: California v. Acevedo (1991).
112: California v. Carney (1985).
113: California v. Ciraolo (1986).
114: California v. Greenwood (1988).
115: California v. Hodari D. (1991).
116: California v. Minjares (1979).
117: California v. Riegler (1981).
118: California v. Rooney (1987).
119: California v. Sabo (1987).
120: Camara v. Municipal Court (1967).
121: Camreta v. Greene (2011).
122: Cardozo, Benjamin Nathan.
123: Cardwell v. Lewis (1974).
124: Cardwell v. Taylor (1983).
125: Carolene Products, Footnote 4.
126: Carroll v. United States (1925).
127: Cato Institute.
128: Central Intelligence Agency.
129: Chadwick v. United States (1977).
130: Chambers v. Maroney (1970).
131: Chandler v. Miller (1997).
132: Chapman, In Re (1897).
133: Chapman v. United States (1961).
134: Charles v. United States (9th Cir. 1960).
135: Checkpoints, Roadblocks, and Barricades.
136: Chimel v. California (1969).
137: Christofferson v. Washington (1969).
138: Church Committee.
139: Cioffi v. United States (1974).
140: Citizen Arrests.
141: Citizen Informants.
142: Citizen Review Boards.
143: City of Indianapolis v. Edmond (2000).
144: City of Ontario v. Quon (2010).
145: City of West Covina v. Perkins (1999).
146: Clancy, Thomas K..
147: Clark, Thomas Campbell.
148: Cleary, John J..
149: Cleary v. Bolger (1963).
150: Clements v. Logan (1981).
151: Closed Containers.
152: Cloud, A. Morgan, III.
153: Coke, Sir Edward.
154: Collection Act of 1789.
155: Collective Knowledge Doctrine.
156: College and University Police, Searches by.
157: Colonnade Catering Corporation v. United States (1970).
158: Colorado v. Bannister (1980).
159: Colorado v. Bertine (1987).
160: Combs v. United States (1972).
161: Commonwealth v. Carey (Mass. 1853).
162: Commonwealth v. Crotty (Mass. 1865).
163: Commonwealth v. Dana (Mass. 1841).
164: Commonwealth v. Griffith (Mass. 1823).
165: Commonwealth v. Phelps (Mass. 1911).
166: Commonwealth v. Reynolds (Mass. 1876).
167: Communications Act of 1934 (§ 605).
168: Communists and the Fourth Amendment.
169: Community Caretaking Exception.
170: Computer Searches.
171: Comstock, Anthony.
172: Comstock Act.
173: Congress and the Fourth Amendment.
174: Conn v. Gabbert (1999).
175: Connally v. Georgia (1977).
176: Conner v. Commonwealth (Pa. 1810).
177: Consent Searches.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Kagan, Elena.
2: Kaiser v. New York (1969).
3: Kalina v. Fletcher (1997).
4: Kamisar, Yale.
5: Karlan, Pamela S..
6: Katz v. United States (1967).
7: Kaufman v. United States (1969).
8: Kaupp v. Texas (2003).
9: Kennedy, Anthony McLeod.
10: Kentucky v. King (2011).
11: Ker v. California (1963).
12: Ker v. Illinois (1886).
13: Kerr, Orin S..
14: Keystroke Logging.
15: Kimmelman v. Morrison (1986).
16: Kirk v. Louisiana (2002).
17: Knock and Announce Rule.
18: Knowles v. Iowa (1998).
19: Kolender v. Lawson (1983).
20: Kolod v. United States (1968).
21: Kremen v. United States (1957).
22: Kurtz v. Moffitt (1885).
23: Kyllo v. United States (2001).
24: LaFave, Wayne R..
25: Landlord Consent.
26: Lanier v. South Carolina (1985).
27: Lanza v. New York (1962).
28: Larthet v. Forgay (La. 1847).
29: Lasson, Nelson Bernard.
30: Lauchli v. United States (1972).
31: Lavin, Anna R..
32: Least Intrusive Means.
33: Leatherman v. Tarrant County Narcotics Intelligence and Coordination Unit (1993).
34: Lee v. Florida (1968).
35: Lefkowitz v. Newsome (1975).
36: Lego v. Twomey (1972).
37: Lekas v. Illinois (1988).
38: Levell v. California (1980).
39: Lewis v. United States (1966).
40: License Checks.
41: Linkletter v. Walker (1965).
42: Liquor Store Checks.
43: Little v. Barreme (1804).
44: Locke v. United States (1813).
45: Lo-Ji Sales v. New York (1979).
46: Lone Wolf Amendment.
47: Lopez v. United States (1963).
48: Los Angeles County v. Rettele (2007).
49: Lustig v. United States (1949).
50: Luther v. Borden (1849).
51: Mackey v. United States (1971).
52: Madison, James, Jr..
53: Magistrate, Neutral and Detached.
54: Magna Carta.
55: Mail Covers.
56: Malley v. Briggs (1986).
57: Mancusi v. DeForte (1968).
58: “Man’s Home is His Castle”.
59: Mapp v. Ohio (1961).
60: Marcus v. Search Warrant (1961).
61: Marron v. United States (1927).
62: Marshall, Thurgood.
63: Marshall v. Barlow’s, Inc. (1978).
64: Maryland v. Buie (1990).
65: Maryland v. Dyson (1999).
66: Maryland v. Garrison (1987).
67: Maryland v. Macon (1985).
68: Maryland v. Pringle (2003).
69: Maryland v. Wilson (1997).
70: Mason, George.
71: Massachusetts Declaration of Rights, Article XIV.
72: Massachusetts v. Painten (196 8).
73: Massachusetts v. Sheppard (1984).
74: Massachusetts v. Upton (1984).
75: Massiah v. United States (1964).
76: Maul v. United States (1927).
77: Mayo v. Wilson (N.H. 1817).
78: Mccleary v. Navarro (1992).
79: McCommon v. Mississippi (1985).
80: McCray v. Illinois (1967).
81: McDonald v. United States (1948).
82: McGrain v. Daugherty (1927).
83: McGuire v. United States (1927).
84: McPhaul v. United States (1960).
85: Mere Evidence Rule.
86: Metal Detectors.
87: Michael v. United States (1981).
88: Michigan Department of State Police v. Sitz (1990).
89: Michigan v. Chesternut (1988).
90: Michigan v. Clifford (1984).
91: Michigan v. DeFillippo (1979).
92: Michigan v. Doran (1978).
93: Michigan v. Essa (1986).
94: Michigan v. Fisher (2009).
95: Michigan v. Long (1983).
96: Michigan v. Summers (1981).
97: Michigan v. Thomas (1982).
98: Michigan v. Tyler (1978).
99: Military Personnel and Fourth Amendment Rights.
100: Miller v. United States (1958).
101: Mincey v. Arizona (1978).
102: Minimization Provision.
103: Minnesota v. Carter (1998).
104: Minnesota v. Dickerson (1993).
105: Minnesota v. Olson (1990).
106: Minton, Sherman.
107: Miroyan v. United States (1978).
108: Money v. Leach (K.B. 1765).
109: Monroe, Keith C..
110: Monroe v. Pape (1961).
111: Morales v. New York (1969).
112: Moran v. Neff (1974).
113: Muehler v. Mena (2005).
114: Murray, William, Lord Mansfield.
115: Murray v. United States (1974).
116: Murray v. United States (1988).
117: Murray’s Lessee v. Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. (1856).
118: Nardone v. United States, I and II (1937, 1939).
119: Nathanson v. United States (1933).
120: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
121: National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law.
122: National Prohibition Act.
123: National Security Agency.
124: National Treasury Employees Union v. Von Raab (1989).
125: New Jersey v. Reid (N.J. 2008).
126: New Jersey v. T.L.O. (1985).
127: New York v. Belton (1981).
128: New York v. Burger (1987).
129: New York v. Class (1986).
130: New York v. Earl (1977).
131: New York v. Harris (1990).
132: New York v. P. J. Video, Inc. (1986).
133: Newsroom Searches in the United States.
134: Nighttime Searches.
135: Nix v. Williams (1984).
136: Nixon v. Administrator of General Services (1977).
137: Nugent v. United States (1972).
138: Oaks, Dallin Harris.
139: “Oath or Affirmation”.
140: Obscenity Cases.
141: Ocampo v. United States (1914).
142: Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
143: O’Connor, Sandra Day.
144: O’Connor v. Ortega (1987).
145: Ohio ex rel. Eaton v. Price (1959, 1960).
146: Ohio v. Robinette (1996).
147: Ohm, Paul.
148: Oklahoma Press Publishing Co. v. Walling (1946).
149: Oliver v. United States (1984).
150: Olmstead v. United States (1928).
151: Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968.
152: On Lee v. United States (1952).
153: One 1958 Plymouth Sedan v. Pennsylvania (1965).
154: Open Fields Doctrine.
155: Opinion of the Justices of the Superior Court of Judicature (N.H. 1852).
156: Oregon v. Elstad (1985).
157: Oregon v. Hass (1975).
158: Ornelas v. United States (1996).
159: Osborn v. United States (1966).
160: Otis, James.
161: Overton v. Ohio (2001).
162: Oystead v. Shed (Mass. 1816).
163: Packwood v. Senate Select Committee on Ethics (1994).
164: Palmer Raids.
165: Palmore v. United States (1973).
166: Parolees and Probationers.
167: Particularity Requirement.
168: Passengers and the Fourth Amendment.
169: Patterson v. Blackiston (Del. 1818).
170: Paul v. Davis (1976).
171: Paulino v. United States (1989).
172: Paxton’s Case (Mass. 1761).
173: Payton v. New York (1980).
174: Pearce v. Atwood (Mass. 1816).
175: Pearson v. Callahan (2009).
176: Pembaur v. City of Cincinnati (1986).
177: Pen Register Searches.
178: Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole v. Scott (1998).
179: Pennsylvania v. Dunlap (2008).
180: Pennsylvania v. Labron (1996).
181: Pennsylvania v. Mimms (1977).
182: Penumbras.
183: People v. Cahan (Cal. 1955).
184: People v. Chiagles (N.Y. 1923).
185: People v. Defore (N.Y. 1926).
186: People v. Gonzales (Cal. 1942).
187: People v. Martin (Cal. 1955).
188: Pervasively Regulated Business.
189: Photostops.
190: Pitt, William.
191: Plain Feel Doctrine.
192: Plain Smell Doctrine.
193: Plain View Doctrine.
194: Poe v. Ullman (1961).
195: Posner, Richard A..
196: Powell, Lewis F., Jr..
197: Powell v. Nevada (1994).