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Affidavits and Warrants


Affidavits and Warrants

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This site contains lecture notes that are part of survey course of constitutional law emphasizing civil rights and individual liberties. This section explains what is involved in both affidavits and warrants and the different types.
Material Type: Presentation
Date Added to MERLOT: July 06, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 20, 2014
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Submitter: Cathy Swift


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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Grover Harrell
27 weeks ago

Grover Harrell (Faculty)

Bold font used to excess.  It gives an example of what one my find in the affidavit section of a warrant, then gives an explaination of how and where affidavits are used in parts of the criminal justice system.  The usage should be first, then follow with examples.  The use of Bold font should be reduced.

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