But, just because a court tenably
may evaluate the reasonable officer's perspective, it does not follow that judges should be authorized to do so freely.
A computer just as tenably
could be divided into units of folders rather than files, (179) or could be seen as a physical object that "does not contain things," but rather "is one thing:" one hard drive, which, once seized, may be examined freely.
and evidence tenably
claimed to have been wrongfully excluded or to have become available only after the trial.
Dionisotti went on to state that the decline suffered by women writers, of the caliber--it is understood--of the ones that flourished earlier, cannot tenably
be attributed to the Council, to the Counter Reformation, or to any moralistic repression of women.
legal system cannot itself tenably
be relied upon as proof of legislative approval.