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Property Crimes:...In general, criminal law offenses can be broken into broad categories, including offenses against the person, offenses against the habitation (e.g., residence or dwelling), sex offenses, and property offenses. Among the property offenses are the common law theft crimes of larceny, embezzlement and...Read More
The Nonretroactivity of...The U.S. Supreme Court often announces “new rules” of constitutional interpretation. In 1989, the Court explained in Teague v. Lane that a “new rule” is generally one that “breaks new ground or imposes a new obligation on the States or the Federal Government.”...Read More
The Constitutionality of...The U.S. Supreme Court has generally interpreted the Fourth Amendment prohibition against “unreasonable searches and seizures” to impose a warrant requirement upon police officers who wish to perform a valid search or arrest. However, the Court has carved out some exceptions to the...Read More
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