Overton v. Ohio (2001)

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  • In Overton v. Ohio, 534 U.S. 982 (2001), the U.S. Supreme Court denied review sought by a defendant who alleged that a search warrant was lacking in probable cause. The decision is unusual—and carries Fourth Amendment importance—because four members of ...

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