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Case Brief 2 - Chris Jewell Jan 23 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief...

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Chris Jewell Jan. 23 2008 CRJ-205 Case Brief I. Katz v. United States 398 U. S. 347, 88 S. Ct. 507, 19 L. Rd. 2d 576 (1967) II. History: Charles Katz was convited of transmitting wagering information across state lines. Court of Appeals affirmed conviction, Supreme Court granted certiorari and reversed III. Facts of the case a. Acts By Government Officials: Special Agents of the FBI put microphones taped to the booth of the ones Katz used. There was no penetration inside the phone. The recorder then recorded Katz phone conversation. Later in February and Agent for the FBI rented an apartment next to Katz and heard conversations between the common wall separating the two rooms. The notes and tapes were used in obtaining a search warrant against Katz. The Agents later then advised Katz of his Miranda rights, then searched his home and took some personal items from his home. The next day Katz met with and agent to get the personal items, but did not receive his records back.
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  • Spring '08
  • Neilson
  • Supreme Court of the United States, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Charles Katz, Katz phone conversation

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