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“Better the Mob and the Ku-Klux”:
A History of the Law of Search and Seizure in Florida
In recent years, the United States Supreme Court has adumbrated the drastic curtailment, perhaps even the outright elimination, of the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule. This article discusses the effect that the Florida 1982 amendment has had, and will have, on constitutionally-based remedies for unlawful searches and seizures in Florida.
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Forthcoming Student Articles
In academic law, the principal vehicle for the publication of scholarly work is the scholarly journal. In addition to our prestigious authors, our members are blossoming academic writers. Each year our members write comments discussing a novel legal issue of their choice. The following selected student authors unveil unique legal conflicts and present individualized solutions based on thorough research and in-depth analysis.
Bitcoin ATM: A Criminal’s Laundromat for Cleaning Money
By: Mitchell E. Hyman
Scribes Law Review Award
Mixed Transactions for Goods and Services: the Need for Consistency in Choosing the Governing Law
By: Austin Bodnar
Where the Sea Meets Land
By: Maria L. Catala
A Warmer Welcome Home: the Need for Incorporating Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Reentry Courts
By: Kelsey L. Geary
Law-Abiding Illegal Aliens: Paying Taxes for the Chance of Legal Immigration Status, or Not?
By: Giseli F. LeMay
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