2006 New York Code - Right Of Search And Seizure.



 
    § 8. Right of search and seizure. The right of the people to be secure
  in  their  persons,  houses,  papers  and  effects, against unreasonable
  searches and seizures, shall not be violated; and no warrants can  issue
  but   upon   probable  cause  supported  by  oath  or  affirmation,  and
  particularly describing the place to be searched,  and  the  persons  or
  things to be seized.

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