2 edition of Confiscation found in the catalog.
Mitchell, Andrew R. barrister.
|Other titles||Mitchell, Hinton & Taylor on confiscation., Mitchell, Hinton, and Taylor on confiscation.|
|Statement||Andrew R. Mitchell, Martin G. Hinton, Susan M.E. Taylor.|
|Series||The Criminal law library, Criminal law library (London, England)|
|Contributions||Hinton, Martin G., Taylor, Susan M. E.|
|LC Classifications||KD8460 .M57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 528 p. :|
|Number of Pages||528|
|LC Control Number||93118834|
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“In The Limits of Sovereignty, Daniel Hamilton uses the mostly ignored debates over confiscation to explore the tensions between individual property rights and community rights throughout the nineteenth century.
This is a wonderfully engaging and thoughtful book—one that I have learned much from.”--Alfred L. Brophy, University of Alabama. This book describes the passage and enforcement of the First and Second Confiscation Acts.
The First Confiscation Act, passed in the summer ofwas designed to seize property, mainly slaves used to support the Confederacy. Confiscation of written materials did not state a Fourth Amendment claim, since the Supreme Court has refused to recognize an expectation of privacy in prison cells.
The Eighth Amendment does not protect against the confiscation of materials intended to be used in writing a book; that's what the First Amendment is for.
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In Great Britain, registration lists were used for the confiscation of every handgun and every semi-automatic long gun. On the Monday morning after the Sandy Hook murders, Howard Dean (former chairman of the Democratic National Committee) touted Australian-style gun confiscation as the model for the United States.
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