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The Law of Electronic Surveillance - 2 Volumes

The Law of Electronic Surveillance - 2 Volumes

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  • Author(s): James G. Carr, Patricia L. Bellia
  • Brand: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: First South Asian Edition 2014
  • ISBN 13 9789381082553
  • Approx. Pages 1632 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
The first edition of this book, which appeared in 1977, was written for judges, lawyers, and law enforcement officers who were confronted with questions resulting from the implementation and interpretation of Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968. The second edition, published in 1986 and supplemented semiannually, is written for the same audience, and seeks to provide a useful overview of the law of electronic surveillance as it has developed since Title III was enacted in 1968. Though I have sought diligently to conform the text to the course of statutory enactments and judicial decisions, this volume contains occasional expressions of personal preference. Where these occur, I have attempted to state them openly and directly. During the more than twenty years that I have worked with the law of electronic surveillance, many persons have provided substantial assistance. The work of Professor G. Robert Blakey of Notre Dame University, the author of Title III as adopted in 1968, the perceptive criticisms of Professor Herman Schwartz of American University, and the insightful commentary of Professor Michael Goldsmith of Brigham Young University have provided, and continue to provide helpful insight and suggestions. The staffs of the law libraries of the University of Toledo and University of Michigan have been and continue to be most helpful. I had the good fortune to have the untir¬ing help of several student research assistants when I was first work¬ing on this book, and I wish to acknowledge the contribution made by William Holt and Mark Rickert.
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Contents
Volume 1

Chapter 1.    Overview
Chapter 2.    Enactment and Constitutionality of Title III and Related Surveillance Statutes
Chapter 3.    Electronic Surveillance Without a Court Order
Chapter 4.    Contents of Applications and Orders for Court-Ordered Electronic Surveillance
Chapter 5.    Executing Electronic Surveillance
Volume 2
Chapter 6.    Proceedings to Determine Compliance with Electronic Surveillance Statutes
Chapter 7.    Retrieval, Discovery, and Use of Information and Evidence from Electronic 
                        Surveillance
Chapter 8.    Criminal Penalties and Civil Remedies for Illegal Electronic Surveillance
Chapter 9.    Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Appendices
Appendix A.    18 U.S.C.A. §§ 2510-2522: Interception of Wire, Oral, and Electronic Communications
Appendix B.    18 U.S.C.A. §§ 2701-2709, 2711-2712: Access to Stored Wire and Electronic Communications
                           and Related Transactional Records
Appendix C.    18 U.S.C.A. §§ 3121-3127: Pen Registers and Trap and Trace Devices
Appendix D.    50 U.S.C.A. §§ 1801-1812, 1841-46, 1861, 1871, 1881-1885c: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Table of Laws and Rules
Table of Cases
Index
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