Banks v. Farwell (Mass. 1838)

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  • Banks v. Farwell, 21 Pick. 156 (1838), is an early case by the Supreme Court in Massachusetts, meeting in Middlesex, that addressed the rights of arresting officers to search for stolen property. Plymton, a constable, and Nathaniel P. Banks, a police ...

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