Hofstra Law Review


Brian L. Owsley


The article discusses five federal decisions analyzing geofence warrants, as well as some of the other known requests. Topics include the history of the Fourth Amendment, focusing on general warrants.20 This history is two-fold based on both English common law and the experiences of the Framers during the American Colonial period. Section V discusses several constitutional problems that geofence warrants pose in light of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.

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