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Court of Appeals of New York, People v. Burton

By Diane Matero
Topics: Touro, law review, People v. Burton, possession, controlled substance, drugs, cocaine, search and seizure, stop and search, frisk, suppression hearing, unlawful seizure, plain view, consent, warrant, probable cause, standing, challenge, legitimate, expectation, privacy, fourth amendment, expectation of privacy, plea withdrawal, plea negotiation, aggrieved, United States v. Salvucci, Salvucci, probable cause, self-incriminating statements, automatic standing, Diane Matero, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Fourth Amendment
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu:lawreview-1400
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