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search and seizure
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
in reference to laws that limit the authority of police to search for or confiscate evidence — such as a requirement to first obtain a search warrant
  • Lucien was convinced the search and seizure of the cocaine was a clear violation of the Fourth Amendment.
    p. 538.1

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