If the cops show up with a search warrant, well, you expect they can search the premises. But showing up with a warrant that says every single person on a certain property has to unlock their fingerprint-reading phones and present them for search, too? 609 more words
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By: Joel D. Kershaw
In People v Mahdi, a recent published Court of Appeals case, the Court of Appeals found that, even where there was valid consent to a search of Defendant’s home, seizure of his phone, keys, and wallet was unreasonable. 440 more words
Oct 5, 2016 Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
The federal government can read every e-mail of every American without leaving any trace, an article published byThe Observer reports. 820 more words
Reviewing the Monday debate, there was one dust-up between moderator Lester Holt and candidate Donald Trump that is worth a little analysis: the exchange about New York City’s “stop and frisk” policy and practice. 844 more words
Last night’s first presidential debate between neoliberal savior Hillary Clinton and Nazi billionaire Donald Trump had plenty of lies and misinformation, mostly of course coming from Trump who cobbles his statements together from Breitbart and your grandpa’s racist email chains. 1,934 more words