Oh, that Fourth Amendment
David Hardy writes, despite common knowledge, that some courts do show respect for the Fourth Amendment:
ATFE’s search warrant was invalid. The 4th Amendment requires that a warrant specify the place to be searched and the items to be seized. With regard place, this one specified an entire building, although the items were known to be confined to a special Customs vault in the basement. With regard items to be seized, the warrant said only “see affidavit,” and the affidavit was not attached and had been sealed by the court.