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Overview of Texas Criminal Cases
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Katz is out of the Bag: Katz’s Weaknesses & Rapidly Emerging Technology of Today & the Future, 2005. 
A legal article about the 4th Amendment Search and Seizure Law in the United States, and how law enforcement implements the latest technology during investigations, such as lasers, dog sniffs, thermo imaging, and aerial satelitte sureveilance. The article studies whether such tecnological use violates privacy rights or falls within the protections offered by the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable searches and seizures.
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Table of Contents & Cases
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Section I - Introduction
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Section II – History of the Fourth Amendment & the Evolution of Katz (Part 1)
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Section II – History of the Fourth Amendment & the Evolution of Katz (Part 2)
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Section II – History of the Fourth Amendment & the Evolution of Katz (Part 3)
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Section III – Developing Technologies and Law Enforcement Devices (Part 1)
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Section III – Developing Technologies and Law Enforcement Devices (Part 2 )
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Section IV – Katz, Emerging Technologies, and Expectations of Privacy (Part 1)
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Section IV – Katz, Emerging Technologies, and Expectations of Privacy (Part 2)
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Section IV – Katz, Emerging Technologies, and Expectations of Privacy (Part 3)
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Section IV – Katz, Emerging Technologies, and Expectations of Privacy (Part 4)
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Section IV – Katz, Emerging Technologies, and Expectations of Privacy (Part 5)
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Section V – Conclusion and Final Thoughts
Why Do the Poor Get a Free Attorney? The Legal Aspects of the 6th Amendment, March 11, 2006
A legal article about the 6th Amendment of the United States of America: The Right to an Attorney. Most people understand the need for an attorney to represent them in a criminal matter, but few know the reasons behind providing an attorney for those who cannot afford one.
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Section I - The ‘Basic Tools’ of an Adequate Defense
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Section II - Beyond Lawyers: A look at adequate defense with respect to investigators and expert witnesses
Miranda & 'Right to Remain Silent.'
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Law Office of Robert Keates - Austin Criminal Defense Lawyer offering Student Discounts, Reduced Fees, and Payment Plans in Austin and San Marcos

Law Office of Robert Keates

700 Lavaca, Suite 1400 Austin, TX 512-800-3741
Austin Lawyer handling Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Cases 5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews