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by Guy E. Burnette, Jr., Esquire
THE AREA OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE HAS CREATED MORE PROBLEMS FOR INVESTIGATORS THAN ANY OTHER AREA OF THE LAW. ENTIRE CASES HAVE BEEN LOST DUE TO A VIOLATION OF A PERS0N'S FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS AGAINST "UNREASONABLE SEARCH
AND SEIZURE" BY THE GOVERNMENT. IN THE AREA OF ARSON INVESTIGATION,
THE PROBLEM IS PARTICULARLY SIGNIFICANT. WHILE MANY CRIMINAL CASES DO NOT
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