Commonwealth v. Carey (Mass. 1853)

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  • Commonwealth v. Carey, 66 Mass. 246 (1853), is a case from the Massachusetts Supreme Court, meeting in Middlesex, that illustrates nineteenth-century views of warrants, including the circumstances under which a warrant is required for an arrest.

    Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw wrote the ...

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