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22 Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Searches and Seizures § 32
American Jurisprudence
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Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Searches and Seizures
II. Effect of Illegal Search and Seizure
A. In General; Illegal Search Under Warrant
1. In General
§ 32. Motion in federal district court—To suppress evidence seized through authorized wiretap—Applicant for wiretap order lacked authority to apply for authorization; lack of necessity for wiretap
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