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United States v. Drivdahl, 014 WL 896734 (D.Mont.), March 2014

 * Distinguishes United States v. Keith, 2013 WL 5918524 (D.Mass. Nov. 5, 2013)

Facts: Defendant was charged with receipt and distribution of CP. The basis for these charges originated with a CyberTipline Report made to NCMEC in February 2013 via an employee at Google. 923 more words

Defenses

Smelling Pot From A Moving Car With Closed Windows.

Smelling Pot From A Moving Car With Closed Windows, By CrimProf BlogEditor, CrimProf Blog

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FourthAmendment.com links to this piece at the Washington Post, discussing the ease with which police can stop cars that they suspect might be carrying drugs.

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Criminal Law

Probable Cause Ohio

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No law so you can keep from getting a DUI in Ohio.

DUI

“The constitutional requirement of probable cause is not political fancy; rather, it saves us from tyranny…” ~~Judge Andrew Napolitano

Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs the constitutional requirements of probable cause against how today’s intelligence community operates:

“The constitutional requirement of probable cause is not political fancy; rather, it saves us from tyranny…”

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Nebraska v. Schuller, 2014 WL 684602 (Neb.), February 2014

Facts:  Police used E-Phex to browse IP addresses in the local area and viewed what files those computers had available in the shared folders (via a P2P program).  726 more words

Defenses

Seventh Circuit Denies Qualified Immunity for 50-Minute Traffic Stop

Terrance Huff and Jon Seaton attended a Star Trek convention together in St. Louis in 2011. On their drive back home to Hamilton, Ohio, the pair was pulled over in Illinois at 8:10a.m.  760 more words

Civil Rights