Not Your Scalia's Textualism

JOTWELL, 2019

3 Pages Posted: 14 Oct 2019

Date Written: July 9, 2019

Abstract

In Fourth Amendment Textualism, Professor Bellin tackles an age-old question: what is a search? His article takes a deep dive into the text of the Fourth Amendment, how the Supreme Court has interpreted it, and how he would like the Court to return back to the original meaning.

While this paper brings forward a thought-provoking analysis of the Fourth Amendment, it also has the ability to teach the reader about current search and seizure jurisprudence. The article provides students of the constitution familiarity with what a search is and how the Supreme Court has arrived at its current thinking, while at the same time, opening up a slight rift in the common and unshakeable understanding of that familiar terrain.

Keywords: fourth amendment, search, seizure, criminal law, jotwell

Suggested Citation

Coble, Daniel, Not Your Scalia's Textualism (July 9, 2019). JOTWELL, 2019. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3463050

Daniel Coble (Contact Author)

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