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Second District: Pick-up Orders

Criminal law fans may be interested in this decision. The Second District observed that pick-up orders authorized by section 901.19 are inconsistent with the Fourth Amendment when such orders are used in lieu of a warrant to effect a routine felony arrest in a private residence.

















































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