Outraged by royal officials' ability to search homes and even individuals at will, and seize whatever they considered "contraband," Americans were determined to limit the search and seizure powers of the new federal government. Since then, the Fourth Amendment has become the basis for numerous rules limiting the gathering and use of evidence by police and prosecutors.
"...144 pages of detail on the history and intention of the law. The introduction provides context, bibliographical references throughout invite more research, and court cases and issues are surveyed."
--Midwest Book Review, January 2006
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