The Law of Electronic Surveillance

Publication Year:
2016
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Repository URL:
https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/law_books/296
Author(s):
Bellia, Patricia L.; Carr, James G.; Creutz, Evan A.
Publisher(s):
Thomson Reuters
Tags:
surveillance; government; court-ordered wiretaps; Electronic search warrants; electronic surveillance; title III; Jurisprudence; Law; Other Law
book description
The Law of Electronic Surveillance provides objective analysis of issues related to the government's gathering of evidence through electronic devices. Providing more than 2,500 case citations, it covers major developments and important cases. Key topics include: Challenging court-ordered wiretaps Electronic search warrants Foreign intelligence surveillance Suppression of evidence obtained Voice exemplars and other identification evidence Electronic surveillance of a defendant's attorney Legal uses that may be made of evidence obtained from electronic surveillance Confronting and challenging electronic surveillance Executing an electronic search Criminal penalties and civil remedies for illegal electronic surveillance Electronic surveillance types and legal developments prior to 1968 Title III