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Case Study: United States v. Yusuf



This case study focuses on a search and seizure incident wherein  federal agents raided a defendant's house was an arrest warrant. While in the house, they saw laptops in plain view on the table, mobile devices next to the defendant in his bed where he was apprehended and papers next to the shirt that they gave him to wear while he was being arrested. The defendant sought to suppress all of this evidence on Fourth Amendment grounds. The court went through each piece of evidence, and painstakingly determined whether the seizure was lawful and whether appropriate exceptions to the search warrant requirement allow the agents to seize the evidence.

The case can be found here:

https://casetext.com/case/united-states-v-yusuf-16