Search, Seizure, and Privacy

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INDEX
by Virgil Diodato
Abortion
modifications to Roe v. Wade, 122-25
regulations by the states, 120-25
and right to privacy, 119-25
rights of the fetus, 119-20
trimester system for pregnancies, 120, 121, 124
undue burden on rights to abortion and privacy, 121, 123-25
Abortion (cases)
Bellotti v. Baird, 120-21
City of Akron v. Akron Center, 121
Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 123-25, 129-38
Planned Parenthood v. Danforth, 120
Roe v. Wade, 119-24
Thornburgh v. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 121-22
Webster v. Reproductive Services, 122
Acevedo. See California v. Acevedo
Adams, John, 2, 143-44
Aerial observations
California v. Ciraolo, 32-33
Florida v. Riley, 33
Agnello v. United States
affirmation of the exclusionary rule, 98-99
compared to Weeks v. United States, 99
sanctity of the home, 34
text of case decision, 44-47
Akron, OH, City of Akron v. Akron Center, 121
Amendments, to the U.S. Constitution. See also individual amendments text of, 165-74
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 121-22
American Revolution, beginning with James Otis's lawsuit, 2
Arbitrary power of government, 13-14, 57, 99
Arizona, Miranda v. Arizona, 9-10
Arrests and arrest warrants. See also Search and seizure
arrests at home, 41-42
forty-eight hour rule, 58
and hot pursuits, 42, 54
judicial review of, 58
loss of privacy, 53
in public places, 51, 53, 58
during searches of homes, 39-43
during searches of other places, 52-53, 79
Arrests and arrest warrants (cases)
Chimel v. California, 40-41, 47-49
Harris v. United States, 39-40
Maryland v. Buie, 42-43
Payton v. New York, 41-42

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