The Motion to Suppress and Other Original Documents in Katz v. United States

In his ongoing effort to bury the readers of this blog under a mountain of paperwork, former guest-blogger Kyle Graham gave me these documents from the district-court file in Katz v. United States, a seminal Fourth Amendment case.  Professor Graham recently obtained these documents from the National Archives’ regional branch in Riverside, California, and would like to thank David Holt of the Santa Clara Law Library for posting the documents online, and for writing the summary of the case that appears with them. 

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