United States v. U.S. District Court, 407 U.S. 297 (1972), also known as the Keith case, was a landmark United States Supreme Court decision that upheld, in a unanimous 8-0 ruling, the requirements of the Fourth Amendment in cases of domestic surveillance targeting a domestic threat. The United States charged John ...
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Concerns about domestic security are not enough to allow law enforcement to use electronic surveillance without first getting a warrant, since this concept easily could be exploited to illegitimately spy on political opposition.
407 U.S. 297. United States v. United States District Court (No. 70-153). Argued: February 24, 1972. Decided: June 19, 1972. ___. Syllabus; Opinion, Powell; Concurrence, Douglas; Concurrence, White. Syllabus. The United States charged three defendants with conspiring to destroy, and one of them with destroying, ...
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Aug 25, 2003 ... For the Tenth Circuit, Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice. For the Eleventh Circuit, Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate. Justice. For the Federal Circuit, William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice. September 30, 1994. (For next previous allotment, and modifications, see 502 U. S., p. vi, 509 U. S., p. v, and 512 U. S., p. v.).