Privacy in Peril

Hunter v Southam and the Drift from Reasonable Search Protections

; David Ireland

This book is an invaluable resource for anyone thinking about search and seizure, whether they are students or legal scholars; members of policing organizations, security forces, or civil liberties groups; or individuals concerned about the overreach of state power. Les mer
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This book is an invaluable resource for anyone thinking about search and seizure, whether they are students or legal scholars; members of policing organizations, security forces, or civil liberties groups; or individuals concerned about the overreach of state power.

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Introduction

1 Dickson's Decision: The Supreme Court as Guardian of the Constitution

2 The Threshold Test: A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

3 Lowering the Bar: The Supreme Court's Failure to Maintain the Hunter Standard

4 Expanding Search Powers: Search Incident to Arrest and Exigent Circumstances

Conclusion

Appendix: A Note on the Evidence

Notes; Bibliography; Index of Cases; Index