My primary area of concentration today is the search made without a warrant. Studies indicate that 95 percent or more of all searches are without warrants. It is quite understandable, then, that most of the search-and-seizure litigation concerns the validity of searches without warrants.
Publication Information & Recommended Citation
Israel, Jerold H. "Searches without Warrants." In Michigan Criminal Practice, 1-18. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1971.