Because drug subjects often present a flight risk, investigators should consider seizing
property at the time of arrest or during the execution of search warrants.
Truths are compossible because philosophy's seizing
of them simultaneously designates them as truths.
Upon lawfully seizing
a pager incident to arrest, an officer initially must realize that the retrieval of alphanumeric or voice messages within a pager is not an interception of a communication, as defined in the federal electronic surveillance statute commonly referred to as Title III.
At issue in Good is whether the government must meet due-process guarantees under the Fifth Amendment when seizing
Customs Minister John Healey said: "Customs and police are now seizing
pounds 1 million a week across the UK, two-thirds of which could not have been seized without the new powers.
Although the rectangular object turned out not to be explosives, a Federal district court ruled that the officers had two independent legal justifications for seizing
One favored way of raking in money is searching suspected drug couriers and seizing
any cash they're carrying, on the assumption that it's either proceeds from a sale or the bankroll for a buy.