Professor Witmer-Rich’s Article Published by Case Western Reserve Law Review

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich’s article, “The Fatal Flaws in the ‘Sneak and Peek’ Statute and How to Fix It,” 65 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 121 (2014), has just been published in the Case Western Reserve Law Review.  The article identifies problems with the existing statute authorizing delayed notice search warrants, including problems that arguably render the statute unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment.  The article then proposes a set of statutory amendments that would fix the problems and render the statute constitutional.

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One Response to Professor Witmer-Rich’s Article Published by Case Western Reserve Law Review

  1. Doron M Kalir says:

    Bravo Jonathan. This is fantastic.

    Doron

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