Dirty Silver Platters: The Enduring Challenge of Intergovernmental Investigative Illegality

@inproceedings{Logan2013DirtySP,
  title={Dirty Silver Platters: The Enduring Challenge of Intergovernmental Investigative Illegality},
  author={Wayne A. Logan},
  year={2013}
}
This article addresses a longstanding concern in American criminal justice: the risk that law enforcement agents of different governments will work together to evade a legal limit imposed by one of the governments. In the past, with the U.S. Supreme Court in the lead, courts were prone to closely scrutinize intergovernmental investigative efforts, on vigilant guard against what the Court called improper “working arrangements.” Judicial vigilance, however, has long since waned, a problematic… CONTINUE READING

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