Garbage is public property on curb

Shanoff, Barry
June 1998
World Wastes;Jun98, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p74
Trade Publication
Discusses the federal appeals court case `U.S. v. Redmon,' wherein it was ruled that law enforcement officials do not need a warrant to search a trash set out by a homeowner for collection in a publicly accessible area next to his house. Similar decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in `California v. Greenwood'.


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