Databases , Doctrine , and Constitutional Criminal Procedure

@inproceedings{Murphy2013DatabasesD,
  title={Databases , Doctrine , and Constitutional Criminal Procedure},
  author={Erin Murphy},
  year={2013}
}
Over the past twenty years there has been an explosion in the creation, availability, and use of criminal justice databases. Large scale database systems now routinely influence law enforcement decisions ranging from formal determinations to arrest or convict an individual to informal judgments to subject a person to secondary pre-flight screening or investigate possible gang membership. Evidence gathered from database-related sources is now commonly introduced, and can play a pivotal proof… CONTINUE READING