In Hale v. Henkel84 the court, while refusing to hold that corporations are protected by the Fifth Amendment from incrimination by the compulsorily obtained papers and testimony of their agents, go on to say that they are not to be understood as declaring that corporations are not granted immunity from unreasonable searches and seizures, and that a judicial order for the production of books and papers may in certain cases constitute an unreasonable search or seizure. And in the case at bar, the subpoena duces tecum was held too sweeping in its terms to be deemed reasonable.