Category Archives: Pole cameras

CA6: Ten weeks of pole camera surveillance on rural property no Fourth Amendment violation

The Sixth Circuit distinguishes Anderson-Bagshaw and holds ten weeks of pole camera surveillance on rural property violated no reasonable expectation of privacy. “Rocky Houston appeals his conviction of being a felon in possession of a firearm in violation of 18 … Continue reading

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E.D.Mich.: IAC claim over search denied for lack of factual proffer

2255 petitioner’s IAC claim denied for generality and no factual basis: “Here, the petitioner has failed to develop any factual basis or legal argument on the performance element, beyond the naked assertion that his attorneys did not advance any arguments … Continue reading

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OH4: Defendant didn’t have standing to challenge pole camera surveillance of friend’s house

Defense counsel was not ineffective for not raising a technical challenge that, at the time, was meritless but the law later changed. The exclusionary rule wouldn’t apply. He also lacked standing to challenge pole camera surveillance of somebody else’s house. … Continue reading

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W.D.Pa.: Long term pole camera surveillance of front of house valid

Suppression of long term pole camera surveillance of defendant’s front door almost summarily denied. United States v. Gilliam, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 118511 (W.D.Pa. September 4, 2015):

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D.Mass. somewhat reluctantly concludes, after surveying many cases, that long term pole camera surveillance of defendant’s front door is constitutionally proper

D.Mass. somewhat reluctantly concludes, after surveying many cases, that long term pole camera surveillance of defendant’s front door is constitutionally proper. That surveillance led to a GPS warrant on a car. United States v. Garcia-Gonzalez, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 116312 … Continue reading

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