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, , 3, , 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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