An indispensable, nuts-and-bolts guide on the application of the Fourth Amendment to everyday police work, Search and Seizure Handbook, is as invaluable to veteran officers as it is to officers new to the force. Inside you'll find the critical coverage you need to guide you through the potential pitfalls of nearly any investigative scenario. Expert topical coverage brings you the blackletter law and practical advice on: ac Basic search and seizure principles ac Practical advice on preparing and executing search warrants ac Search warrant exceptions for persons, effects, etc. ac Warrantless searches of automobiles ac qStop and friskq and other investigative searchesCt. App. 2007) Deputy Moorhead initiated a traffic stop of a Ford Explorer because the taillights on the vehicle were not illuminated. ... Ezell, and explained the reason for the stop; and that Ezell explained that he believed the taillights were out because of a blown fuse. ... that could not be opened by hand unless the person attempting to open it knew to flip the switch in the locked box to the left of the gate.
|Title||:||Officer's Search and Seizure Handbook|
|Author||:||John A. Stephen|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2012-09-14|