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Cops, Cars, and Citizens: Fixing the Broken Balance
(St. John's Law Review, 2002)
Professor Loewy describes the unacceptable state of the law of criminal procedure, how it happened, and what lawyers can do to restore the law to an acceptable balance between the fighting crime and guarding liberty.
The Fourth Amendment as a Device for Protecting the Innocent
In this article, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the issues that arise from approaching the Fourth Amendment based on its effects on guilty parties instead of innocent citizens. First, he discusses historical Fourth ...
The Old Order Changeth – But for Whom?
In this article discussing the prospective, partially prospective, and retroactive application of new criminal procedure rules, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the various constitutional implications of applying new ...
The Warren Court as Defender of State and Federal Criminal Laws: A Reply to Those Who Believe that the Court is Oblivious to the Needs of Law Enforcement
In this article, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the cases decided by the Warren Court in the 1965-1967 terms, terms whose decisions were viewed as detrimentally affecting the government’s ability to enforce criminal ...
The Fourth Amendment: History, Purpose, and Remedies
In this symposium issue introduction, Professor Arnold H. Loewy provides a brief overview of the history of the Fourth Amendment, the values it was intended to promote, and the exclusionary rule as a remedy for Fourth ...
Criminal Procedure: Trial and Sentencing (1st Edition)
(Lexisnexis / Matthew Bender, 1994-01)
This book provides an excellent introduction to criminal procedure and sentencing for anyone studying the criminal process as part of an LLB or LLM degree, for students on the Bar Vocational Course or Legal Practice Course, ...
Criminal Procedure: Arrest and Investigation
(LexisNexis / Matthew Bender, 1996-01)
This book is about police practices. Besides being essential to the criminal practitioner, understanding the constitutional limitations on police practices should be a part of any citizen-lawyer's legal repertoire. The ...