Category Archives: SCOTUS

Constitution Daily: Supreme Court gets ready for “long conference” today re Collins v. Virginia (pet. pending)

Constitution Daily: Supreme Court gets ready for “long conference” today SCOTUSBlog: Issue: Whether the Fourth Amendment’s automobile exception permits a police officer, uninvited and without a warrant, to enter private property, approach a house and search a vehicle parked a … Continue reading

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Newsweek: What the Supreme Court is Doing This Year Under Trump

Newsweek: What the Supreme Court is Doing This Year Under Trump by Linley Sanders

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Law360: Cell Location Searches Assailed In Raft Of High Court Briefs

Law360: Cell Location Searches Assailed In Raft Of High Court Briefs by Shayna Posses:

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Techdirt: ACLU Tells Court Long-Term Cell Site Location Tracking Should Require A Warrant

Techdirt: ACLU Tells Court Long-Term Cell Site Location Tracking Should Require A Warrant by Tim Cushing:

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Cato: To Apply the Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age, Go Back to Its Text

Cato: To Apply the Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age, Go Back to Its Text by Ilya Shapiro re Cato’s Carpenter amicus brief:

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SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Carpenter and the eyewitness rule

SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Carpenter and the eyewitness rule by Orin Kerr:

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SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Justices poised to consider, or reconsider, Fourth Amendment doctrines as they assess the scope of privacy in a digital age

SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Justices poised to consider, or reconsider, Fourth Amendment doctrines as they assess the scope of privacy in a digital age by John Castellano, Asst. District Attorney of Queens County, New York

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SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Will the Fourth Amendment protect 21st-century data? The court confronts the third-party doctrine

SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Will the Fourth Amendment protect 21st-century data? The court confronts the third-party doctrine by Jennifer Lynch, EFF

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SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: A defense of the doctrine [Re Carpenter]

SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: A defense of the doctrine by David LaBahn, president and CEO of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (with links to other articles in the same vein):

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AP: Chief Justice Roberts: Technology poses challenge for court

AP: Chief Justice Roberts: Technology poses challenge for court:

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Oregonian: Mohamed Mohamud’s lawyers petition U.S. Supreme Court to review conviction

Oregonian: Mohamed Mohamud’s lawyers petition U.S. Supreme Court to review conviction by Maxine Bernstein: In a 40-page petition filed this summer with the nation’s top court, Mohamud’s lawyers argue that the case raises issues of national importance: the government’s warrantless … Continue reading

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SCOTUS avoids deciding El Paso cross border shooting case and remands to CA5

The El Paso-Ciudad Juarez cross border shooting case remanded by SCOTUS to the Fifth Circuit for reconsideration in light of a decision from the Court on June 19th on whether Bivens applies. Hernández v. Mesa, 2017 U.S. LEXIS 4059 (June … Continue reading

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