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Criminal Practice  – Post-Sentence – Fourth Amendment – Unreasonable Search (access required)

  Where (1) defendant was ordered to submit the satellite-based monitoring (SBM) solely due to his conviction of an aggravated offense; (2) he will not actually enroll in the program for approximately 15 to 20 years, after he has completed his active prison sentence; (3) the state makes no attempt to report the level of intrusion ...

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