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Ricardo Bascuas

Ricardo Bascuas
Professor of Law
J.D. 1996, Yale Law School

Telephone: 305-284-2672   |   Office: G273
Publications   |   SSRN

The Fourth Amendment in the Information Age, 3 Virginia Journal of Criminal Law (2013).

Investigative Criminal Procedure, Interactive Casebook Series, Thomson West (2010) (with Sam Kamin)

"The American Inquisition: Sentencing After the Federal Guidelines," 45 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1 (2010)

"Of Defense Lawyer and Pornographers: Pretrial Asset Seizures and the Fourth Amendment," 62 U. Miami L. Rev. 1159 (2008)

"Property and Probable Cause: The Fourth Amendment's Principled Protection of Privacy," 60 Rutgers L. Rev. 575 (2008)

"Fourth Amendment Lessons from the Highway and the Subway: A Principled Approach to Suspicionless Searches," 38 Rutgers L.J. 719 (2007)

"The Unconstitutionality of 'Hold Until Cleared': Reexamining Material Witness Detentions in the Wake of the September 11th Dragnet," 58 Vand. L. Rev. 677 (2005)

"Cheaters, Not Criminals: Antitrust Invalidation of Statutes Outlawing Sports Agent Recruitment of Student Athletes," 105 Yale L. J. 1603 (1996) (Note)


Professor Ricardo J. Bascuas "11th Circuit Answers Novel Question In Case Handled By UM Law Clinic"in Daily Business Review.

Professor Ricardo J. Bascuas comments on the Fourth Amendment in the Information Age on CrimProf Blog.