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SEE V. CITY OF SEATTLE, 387 U. S. 541 (1967)

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See v. City of Seattle, 387 U.S. 541 (1967)

See v. City of Seattle

No. 180

Argued February 15, 1967

Decided June 5, 1967

387 U.S. 541


A suitable warrant procedure held required by the Fourth Amendment to effect unconsented administrative entry and inspection of private commercial premises. Cf. Camara v. Municipal Court, ante, p. 387 U. S. 523. Pp. 387 U. S. 542-546.

67 Wash.2d 475, 408 P.2d 262, reversed.

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