This seizures typology constitutes a most important part of extant fourth amendment doctrine. The precision with which and perspective from which such classifications are drawn is obviously a matter of considerable interest to the police, who must in the first instance resolve these warrant, grounds, and search issues. It is also an appropriate subject of broader concern, as the shape of these categories has a critical bearing upon the effectiveness of our law enforcement processes and the extent of our protected liberty and privacy. The following comments are directed to this seizures typology.
Wayne R. LaFave,
"Seizures" Typology: Classifying Detentions of the Person to Resolve Warrant, Grounds, and Search Issues,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
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