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Here’s the pages on wiretap preliminary issues. Again, I have no clue why this stuff isn’t usually taught in law school. It being, you know, important and all. Plus being the most extreme example of Fourth Amendment protections — and law professors love taking concepts to the extreme.

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  3. teamfreewilltheywontthey said: I love these. *grateful*
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    Another great installment, this time on wiretapping.
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    "See how none of these calls are incoming?" Maybe they don’t want to talk to him because he’s annoying.
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  9. ataxiwardance said: I’m not thrilled about depicting the would-be terrorist as “Anonymous” but otherwise this is REALLY GOOD! You’re awesome man! Keep it up!
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