Criminal Procedure
Theory and Practice

Second Edition

by Jefferson L. Ingram

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Chapter 7

Searches and Seizures: Places, Persons and Vehicles

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1.
SEARCHES OF HOUSES 194
2.
WARRANT TO SEARCH AND ARREST INSIDE THE HOME 195
3.
MODERNTECHNOLOGY ANDWARRANTLESS HOME SEARCHES: THERMAL IMAGING SEARCHES 199
4.
SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST
202
5.
SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST:NOWARRANT REQUIREMENT 203
6.
GENERAL SCOPE OF THE SEARCH INCIDENT TO ARREST 204
7.
INVENTORY OF ARRESTEE’S PROPERTY 205
8.
TRADITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PLAINVIEW DOCTRINE
206
9.
INADVERTENT DISCOVERY:NO LONGER REQUIRED 207
10.
OFFICER NEEDS TO BE LAWFULLY PRESENT 207
11.
THE PLAIN FEEL AND PLAIN SMELL DOCTINE 210
12.
SEARCHES BASED ON CONSENT 211
13.
SEARCHES OF MOTORVEHICLES
216
14.
VEHICLE SEARCHES GENERALLY DO NOT REQUIREWARRANTS 217
15.
SCOPE OF MOTORVEHICLE SEARCH 218
16.
LIMITEDVEHICLE SEARCHES ON LESSTHAN PROBABLE CAUSE 219
17.
VEHICLE INVENTORY SEARCHES 220
18.
PLAINVIEW DOCTRINE AND MOTORVEHICLE SEARCHES 221
19.
SCOPE OF SEARCH OF CONTAINERS WITHIN MOTORVEHICLES 222
20.
SEARCHES FOLLOWINGVEHICLE FORFEITURES 226
21.
OTHERTHEORIES OFVEHICLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 227
22.
SUMMARY 228
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Arizona v. Gant  
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United States v. Jones  

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