The Hand-off Procedure Or the New Silver Platter: How Today's Police Are Serving up Potentially Tainted Evidence Without Even Revealing the Search That Produced It to Defendants Or to Courts. - Stanford Law School

The Hand-off Procedure Or the New Silver Platter: How Today's Police Are Serving up Potentially Tainted Evidence Without Even Revealing the Search That Produced It to Defendants Or to Courts.

By Stanford Law School

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-03-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Stanford Law School
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The Hand-off Procedure Or the New Silver Platter: How Today's Police Are Serving up Potentially Tainted Evidence Without Even Revealing the Search That Produced It to Defendants Or to Courts. Stanford Law School read online review & book description:

INTRODUCTION Imagine the following scenario: A police officer is investigating a major drug trafficking ring. She obtains a wiretap on the cell phone of the suspected kingpin of the organization. The wiretap enables her to overhear conversations between the top target of the wiretap and several other people in the drug ring. Before the wiretap produces sufficient evidence to support arrest and prosecution of the kingpin, it yields evidence of various crimes involving lower-level drug runners.

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