|Faculty:||Hon. Barry Kamins|
|Production Date:||June 15 2011|
Criminal defense attorneys and prosecutors need to make sure that they keep abreast of the latest judicial decisions concerning the Fourth Amendment. In this program, the Honorable Barry Kamins, Administrative Judge for Criminal Matters in the Second Judicial District, reviews New York’s most recent cases concerning search and seizure law. Judge Kamins provides an in-depth analysis of the situations where law enforcement conduct can trigger the exclusionary rule as well as when the attenuation exception applies. Judge Kamins also examines when the “All Persons Present Warrant” is merited and the scope of authority it affords to police officers when searching a premises. In addition, he explains how evidence obtained during warrantless searches is admissible in exigent circumstances – even where the police officers caused the exigent circumstance. The final part of Judge Kamin’s presentation covers the extent of how “canine sniffs” can be used during Vehicle and Traffic Law stops. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn about the most updated rulings on New York’s criminal search and seizure law from a judge who is involved in effectuating these changes on a daily basis.
I. Fourth Amendment Principals (Probable Cause, Exclusionary Rule, Attenuation)
II. Street Encounters
III. Search Warrants and Exceptions to the Warrant Requirement
IV. Vehicle and Traffic Law Stops
V. Suppression Hearings
Darlene (Stamford, CT)
Robert (Staten Island, NY)
effective, business like explanation of the state of the law
Anthony (East Setauket, NY)
Very well done,
Anthony (New York, NY)
A very update. Judge Kamins presented the material very clearly and thoroughly. The written appendices were very good
michael (New York, NY)
William (Stony Brook, NY)
Good update on search & seizure developments.
James (New York, NY)
Edward (Washington, DC)
catherine (bronx, NY)
Ronald (New York, NY)
Robert (New York, NY)
kamins is the master in this area. nice work
Stephen (New York, NY)
As a prosecutor who reviews and evaluates arrests before prosecution may commence, I found this information invaluable.
John C. (Yonkers, NY)
excellent and thorough presentation with updated case law and real world example
Nathan (New York, NY)
MELODIE (FOREST HILLS, NY)
Informative lecture; clear, concise and well-paced.
Dina (Bedford Hills, NY)