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Law & Democracy Series: The FBI Search of Mar-a-Lago – The 4th Amendment, FBI Procedure and Politics

Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
McCollum Hall Room: 115
Additional Info: LAW
Contact: Katie Pfannenstiel, (402) 472-8382,
The use of a search warrant by the FBI is a common investigative tool. It entails developing “probable cause” as required by the 4th Amendment, documenting that probable cause in an affidavit, swearing to the veracity of that affidavit before a U.S. Magistrate Judge, then executing that warrant - conducting the search.

Greg Stejskal, ‘74, special agent of the FBI for 31 years, will discuss FBI search warrant procedures and protocols and what happens when a search and its aftermath are critiqued on the world stage.

Program presented as part of the College of Law’s Law and Democracy Series.

This program has been approved for in-person and distance learning for 1.0 CLE credit.


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