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Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment

A History of Search and Seizure, 1789-1868

by Andrew Taslitz

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Published by NYU Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional & administrative law,
  • Courts & procedure,
  • Jurisprudence & General Issues,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Law,
  • Constitutions,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • United States,
  • History,
  • USA,
  • Criminal Law - General,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Law Enforcement,
  • Constitutional,
  • 4th Amendment,
  • Constitution.,
  • Searches and seizures,
  • United States.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8046000M
    ISBN 100814782639
    ISBN 109780814782637

    A ndrew E. T aslitz. Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment: A History of Search and Seizure, –New York: New York University Press. Pp. xi, $ The Fourth Amendment, A Strange History Bruce P. Smith* ANDREW E. TASLITZ, RECONSTRUCTING THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: A HISTORY OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE, (New York University Press ) In recent years, scholars have shed considerable light on the eighteenth-century origins of the Fourth Amendment.'.

    pression in the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution. That amendment repu-diates general warrants by recognizing a "right of the people to be secured in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures." Any warrant that is vague about the persons, places, or things to be. Tags: bill of rights, civil rights, Constitution, discrimination, first amendment, fourth amendment, free speech, voting rights University of Minnesota Law Library Reference Desk: • Circulation Desk: • Contact Us.

      Reconstruction-era jurisdiction changes, coupled with national security legislation passed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks provide the framework for federal presence in Portland, Oregon and other U.S. cities, says Northeastern law professor Michael Meltsner. The search of the footlocker in US v Chadwick had to be done under a search warrant because the footlocker is a justified search under the Fourth Amendment. The Supreme Court has ruled that for an inventory search of an impounded automobile to be constitutional it must be .


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Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment by Andrew Taslitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Law and Politics Book Review "Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment is a remarkable scholarly accomplishment. It presents one of the most radical challenges to standard constitutional thinking--not just about searches and seizures but also about the interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment as a protection of individual rights--in recent : Andrew E.

Taslitz. “Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment is a remarkable scholarly accomplishment. It presents one of the most radical challenges to standard constitutional thinking—not just about searches and seizures but also about the interpretation of the Fourteenth Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment book as a protection of individual rights—in recent by: 2.

Historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects, and Andrew E. Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment, which includes two novel arguments. First, Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment book the original Fourth Amendment of —born in political struggle between the English and the colonists—served important political Cited by: 2.

Historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects, and Andrew E. Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment, which includes two novel arguments.

First, that the original Fourth Amendment of born in political struggle between the English and the colonists- served important political. Historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects, and Andrew E.

Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment, which includes two novel arguments. First, that the original Fourth Amendment of —born in political struggle between the English and the colonists—served important political.

Law and Politics Book Review " Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment is a remarkable scholarly accomplishment. It presents one of the most radical challenges to standard constitutional thinking--not just about searches and seizures but also about the interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment as a protection of individual rights--in recent.

Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment consists of 12 chapters, organized as an introduction and two parts. The first part, "Political Violence and the Original Fourth Amendment" argues that modern law's tolerance of broad police powers conflicts with founding-era values and with the amendment's textual commitment to a corporate "right of the people.".

Historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects, and Andrew E. Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment, which includes two novel arguments.

First, that the original Fourth Amendment of —born in political struggle between the English and the colonists—served important political Reviews: 1.

As a sanction of this insult to privacy, many believe the Fourth Amendment to be a poor bulwark against state tyrannies and executive overreaching, yet historical amnesia has obscured the Fourth Amendment's positive aspects. Andrew E. Taslitz rescues its forgotten history in "Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment".

With an understanding of the Author: Andrew E. Taslitz. Buy Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment by Andrew E. Taslitz from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £   With summaries of all Supreme Court Fourth Amendment decisions through Januarythe book is an excellent reference on the evolving history of the Fourth Amendment.

This newly updated and revised chronological survey serves as a starting point for research, a quick means of review, or a checklist in court. Many believe that the Fourth Amendment is a poor bulwark against state tyrannies. Here, the author looks at its history.

He presents two arguments, first, the original Fourth Amendment served important political functions and secondly, the Amendment's meaning changed when the Fourteenth Amendment was created to give teeth to outlawing slavery. Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment: A History of Search and Seizure, By Andrew E.

Taslitz New York University Press, Read preview Overview Searches, Seizures, and Warrants: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution By Robert M. Bloom Praeger, I. AN OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment consists of 12 chap­ ters, organized as an introduction and two parts.

The first part, "Political Violence and the Original Fourth Amendment" argues that modern law's tolerance of broad police powers conflicts with founding-era values and with the amendment's textual. The Reconstruction Amendments are the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth amendments to the United States Constitution, adopted between andthe five years immediately following the Civil last time the Constitution had been amended was with the Twelfth Amendment more than 60 years earlier in The Reconstruction amendments were a part of implementing the Reconstruction.

Foner, a Pulitzer Prize-winning history professor emeritus at Columbia University, has written many books about the Civil War, Reconstruction and slavery, but this one seems particularly attuned to the current political moment.

“Recently, we have experienced a slow retreat from the ideal of racial equality,” he writes. “We live at a. This book can be read as primarily an exciting and original work of history. It is a bracing contribution to the somewhat dormant field of constitutional history.

The book can also be read as contemporary critique, an indictment of the current use of the Fourth Amendment by courts and police. This book explains the different approaches to interpreting the Fourth Amendment that the Supreme Court has used throughout American history, concentrating on the changes in interpretation since the Court applied the exclusionary rule to the states in Get this from a library.

Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment: a history of search and seizure, [Andrew E Taslitz]. Foner is the author of several books about the Civil War and Reconstruction and is the DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University.

The 14th Amendment. Covering the key concepts, events, laws and legal doctrines, court decisions, and litigators and litigants, this new reference on the law of search and seizure—in the physical as well as the online world—provides a unique overview for individuals seeking to understand the Fourth Amendment to the U.S.

Constitution. More than A to Z entries cover the key issues that surround this. The Fourth Amendment: Past and Present Decem Two leading Fourth Amendment scholars join NCC President Jeffrey Rosen to trace the history and interpretation of the Fourth Amendment from the founding to today.

In his book, More Essential Than Ever: The Fourth Amendment in the Twenty-First Century, Stephen Schulhofer () contends that prior to the establishment of the Fourth Amendment, American Colonists were subjected to abusive searches from authorities who plundered their businesses and rummaged through their documents and possessions.