The Massachusetts Arrest, Search, and Seizure Citator includes detailed summaries of the applicable law, along with hundreds of abstracts of Massachusetts search and seizure cases. The book is organized by numerous finding aids, including a table of cases organized by legal issue and key words for each abstracted case. Use this reference for a detailed overview of Massachusetts law, as articulated through over three decades of decisions.
Thank you for choosing to keep current in your criminal law practice and reference with this 2020 edition of the Massachusetts Arrest, Search, and Seizure Citator. Designed to provide criminal law practitioners with the resources necessary to succeed in this challenging area of the law, the citator contains Hon. Mark S. Coven's insightful commentaries on a host of cases decided over the past year, as well as a useful archive of important past decisions that are still good law in Massachusetts. As always, the book is divided into summaries of cases where warrants were obtained pursuant to arrest, search, or seizure, and cases involving searches, seizures, and arrests conducted in the absence of warrants. Here are just a few of the new cases summarized in this edition:
CASES WITH WARRANTS
CASES WITHOUT WARRANTS
We at MCLE trust that you will find this material valuable in your prosecution or defense, and that you may find it to be an indispensable addition to your law library.
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., MCLE Director of Publications