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Let's Not Bury TERRY: A Call for Rejuvenation of the Proportionality Principle
(St. John's Law Review, 1998)
Thirty years ago, "Terry v. Ohio" established a conceptual framework for the Fourth Amendment that makes more sense than any alternative the courts or commentators have come up with since. That frame-work, which I call ...
Technologically-Assisted Physical Surveillance: The American Bar Association's Tentative Draft Standards
(Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, 1997)
As the name implies, the American Bar Association's Tentative Draft Standards Concerning Technologically-Assisted Physical Surveillance is a work in progress...Final approval by the ABA hierarchy is still some time away, ...
World Without a Fourth Amendment
(UCLA Law Review, 1991)
The subject of this Article is suggested by a single question: How would we regulate searches and seizures if the Fourth Amendment did not exist? This question is a useful one to ask even leaving aside the possibility of ...