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Public Safety Searches

October 1, 2005

For at least 10 years, it has been clear that terrorists favor targeting transportation systems, high-density population venues, and symbolic structures.

Investigative Traffic Stops

September 1, 2005

Most traffic stops are routine. You see a moving or equipment violation, make the stop, and issue a citation or warning. Everything’s over in 10 minutes or so.

The Waiting Game

January 1, 2005

In some cases, it’s necessary to take a suspect into custody as soon as you conclude that probable cause exists. But in other cases, making the arrest too quickly might not be advisable. Making an arrest triggers certain constitutional tests and starts the clock running on steps that have to be taken within specified times. Control and safety permitting, it may be best to delay making an arrest until the last practical moment.

Does Miranda Bear Poisonous Fruit?

September 1, 2004

More than a handful of judges, lawyers, and police officers mistakenly thought of Miranda as some sort of judicial rule about how police officers are required to conduct interrogations.

Knock Before Entry

February 1, 2004

Is it always necessary to comply with knock notice before forcing entry to serve a search warrant?

A Fine Line

March 1, 2003

When does a voluntary conversation between a citizen and an officer become a seizure?

Breaking and Entering

May 1, 2002

As the number of tactical teams across the nation has increased for the past several years, the number of lawsuits being brought against tactical teams has also risen dramatically.

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