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Search and Seizure
25 minutes | Jan 27, 2022
United States v. Jones
The Seventh Circuit must determine if an encounter at a motel is a seizure under the Fourth Amendment and if consent to search was voluntary. The court then must determine if the officers exceeded the scope of the consent when they looked under the beds in the motel room.
28 minutes | Nov 21, 2021
United States v Campbell-Martin
This case provides a great review of the search and seizure concepts of consensual encounter, Terry Stop, and a search of a vehicle incident to arrest under the Second Gant Exception.
40 minutes | May 19, 2021
Search Incident to Arrest – US v. Davis
In this episode, host Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes the 7th Circuit decision in United States v. Davis providing an explanation of the judicially-recognized exception for Search Incident to Arrest.
18 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
What is a SEIZURE? Torres v. Madrid
Torres v. Madrid – LEA ONE Supreme Court Update This 5-3 decision defines what constitutes a Fourth Amendment seizure by force. The decision was out on the 25th and we had the video and podcasts produced in 24 hours!
68 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
What is a Fourth Amendment SEARCH?
In this episode of SEARCH AND SEIZURE, host Bruce-Alan Barnard explains how the definition of a Fourth Amendment search has changed as well as the direction in which it is trending. Specifically, Bruce will discuss: The “old-school” trespass definition of a search in Olmstead v. United States (1928). The radically expanded privacy definition of a search in Katz v. United States (1968). The resurrection of the trespass search in United States v. Jones (2012). The Knowing Exposure Doctrine The General Public Use Doctrine The Contraband-Specific Doctrine The Third-Party Doctrine Mosaic Theory and Video Surveillance If you are a law enforcement officer, prosecutor, or criminal lawyer … this one-hour podcast is a must!
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