Saturday, May 23, 2009

Supreme Court Limits Search Incident to Arrest to Area Within Reaching Distance

The U.S. Supreme Court has clarified Belton, holding that police may condict a search incident to arrest only the area within reaching distance. The court rejected a bright-line rule permitting searches of a vehicle when arresting a driver or passenger. To read more, go to Privacy & Information May 2009.



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Anonymous zaki said...

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