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Automobile Searches

Further Readings

Blade, Bryan S. 1991. "Fourth Amendment—The Constitutionality of a Sobriety Checkpoint Program." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 81 (winter).

Braeske, Chris. 1993. "The Drug War Comes to a Highway Near You: Police Power to Effectuate Highway 'Narcotics Checkpoints' under the Federal and State Constitutions." Law and Inequality 11 (June).

Fisanick, Christian A. 2002. Vehicle Search Law Deskbook. St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West.

Grant, Marguerite T., ed. 2003. Motor Vehicle Stops: Update on the Law Governing Police Searches and Roadside Questioning. Boston, Mass.: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

King, Lawrence T. 1988. "The Inventory Exception to the Fourth Amendment Warrant Requirement: Why the Last in Should Be the First Out—or, Putting Opperman and Bertine in Their Place." American Journal of Trial Advocacy 12 (fall).

Kole, Edward T. 1987. "Parked Motor Home Held to Be within Scope of Automobile Exception to Warrant Requirement—California v. Carney, 471 U.S. 386 (1985)." Seton Hall Law Review 17 (summer).

Lally, Nicole C. 2000. "Constitutional Law—Fourth Amendment Protection Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures: Valid Automobile Search Includes a Passenger's Belongings." Tennessee Law Review 67 (winter): 455–73.

Logan, Wayne A. 2002. "Street Legal: The Court Affords Police Constitutional Carte Blanche." Indiana Law Journal 77 (summer): 419–67.

Soden, Steven D. 1992. "Expansion of the 'Automobile Exception' to the Warrant Requirement: Police Discretion Replaces the 'Neutral and Detached Magistrate.'" Missouri Law Review 57 (spring).

Additional topics

Law Library - American Law and Legal InformationFree Legal Encyclopedia: Approximation of laws to AutopsyAutomobile Searches - Warrantless Searches, Automobile Searches: Is The Fourth Amendment In Jeopardy?, Warrantless Seizures Of Automobile As Forfeitable Contraband