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Case names that are shown in UPPERCASE indicate decisions where a search has been declared illegal and evidence suppressed. Cases in lowercase are those that have come out the other way. This allows you to find supporting authority for your particular set of facts. Our subscribers have full access to the database and search functions. Search results are printable.
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