Suppression & Fourth Amendment Issues
Motions to Suppress are one of the most important and effective procedural tools that have traditionally leveled the playing field for the defense in court. But now… modern law enforcement tools and techniques have raised new constitutional questions regarding our right to privacy and be secure in our persons, houses, papers, and effects. In order to get that courtroom victory for your client, you need to be on the cutting-edge of Fourth Amendment pre-trial litigation issues.
This NACDL Resource Manual is an economical way to stay up-to-date on the most important issues in Suppression and Fourth Amendment cases. Compiled from top-rated presentation materials, this new manual provides useful information you can apply to your current cases. Available as a spiral-bound, hard-copy book containing over 300 pages of valuable educational material featuring scholarly articles, sample briefs & motions, practice tips & techniques, PowerPoint presentations, and more!
Includes Chapters On:
Suppressing Prejudicial Evidence
Suppression & States Rights--Litigating Under Your State's Constitution
Technology Stored Communications, and Other Digital Evidence: Litigation in the Post US v Jones Era
Immigration & the New Racial Profiling: Litigating Suppression Under the 14th Amendment
Genetic Privacy & Suppression Issues
Suppressing Eyewitness Identifications
Litigating the Return of Bodily Fluids Under Rule 41 & Tackling Computer Searches Along the Way
Litigating Suppression in Confession Cases
Cross That Cop! Exposing Common Excuses for Illegal Searches
Search, Seizure, and Cell Phones: Taking On the State's “Irrefutable" Evidence
Not available for CLE Credit.