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Search & Seizure in Jails and Prisons

Wednesday, June 5, 2024 06:00 PM Central

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution safeguards all individuals within U.S. jurisdiction against unreasonable searches and seizures.  Although historically, the Supreme Court suggested that Fourth Amendment protections were often inconsistent with the realities of incarceration and the operational needs of penal institutions, this stance has evolved. Following the decisions in Kingsley v. Hendrickson (2015) and further clarified in Lombardo v. City of St. Louis (2021), it is recognized that pre-trial detainees retain certain protections under the Fourth Amendment. Conversely, individuals who have been convicted and are serving time in prison generally possess limited Fourth Amendment rights due to their conviction status. Some questions that this webinar will answer is:

  • What Fourth Amendment rights exist in a jail and prison?
  • When do Miranda warnings apply?
  • When and how may inmates have private communications?

Formats: Live Online | On-Demand

Length: 1.5 Hours

Credit: In-services credit available in many states.

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