Texas Search and Seizure provides an integrated, comprehensive treatise on the Texas law of arrest and search. It offers both quick answers and in-depth analysis. A convenient and authoritative research tool for preparation of motions to suppress, as well as trial and appellate briefs, Texas Search and Seizure serves as a courtroom reference for trial attorneys as well as a bench book for judges. Readers can rely on the expertise of Judge Barton for practical solutions to complicated issues. Judge Barton integrates federal, state, and constitutional case law in an understandable and intuitive way that attorneys and judges throughout Texas have come to depend on. Texas Search and Seizure is organized in a precise, coherent format with a table of contents, a synopsis of each major section and a subject index. Major sections contain suggested forms for motions to suppress evidence, objections, and the trial courtas charge, as well as cross-references to related sections.warrant, a, 10 unless (1) the owner, operator or agent in charge of the property consentsh to the seizure;f (2) the seizure is incident to a searchi to which the owner, operator or agent in charge of the property consents;h ... 12 2005 Honda Civic v.
|Title||:||Texas Search and Seizure - Sixth Edition|
|Author||:||Judge Robert R. Barton|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2015-01-01|