Book #69396
Item #69396 New York v. Class (1986) (Constitutionality of automobile search). Supreme Court of the United States, Byron White.

New York v. Class (1986) (Constitutionality of automobile search)

Slip Opinion of the United States Supreme Court of a Notable Supreme Court Privacy Case Signed by Justice White Supreme Court of the United States. [White, Byron (1917-2002)]. New York v. Class. Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals of New York. [Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1986]. ii, 13, [1], 3, [1], 10, 2 pp. Octavo. Stapled wrappers. Signature of Justice White to head on cover page. Fine. $400. * This decision determined that police officers are allowed to search an automobile. Holding there is no reasonable expectation of privacy in an automobile, it reversed a conviction by the New York State Court of Appeals. Justice O'Connor wrote the opinion of the Court; Justice White filed a dissent, which was joined by Justice Stevens. Bench opinions are issued by the U.S. Supreme Court immediately after the announcement of a decision. Slip opinions are issued afterwards. Often incorporating corrections, they are the first printings of a decision intended for wide dissemination and review. After that stage the revised slip opinions are added to the latest paperback volume of United States Reports. A year later, that volume is printed in its final, authoritative, hardcover form.

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