Daily Archives: March 30, 2017

WaPo: ‘Wonkblog’: Since 2007, the DEA has taken $3.2 billion in cash from people not charged with a crime

WaPo: ‘Wonkblog’: Since 2007, the DEA has taken $3.2 billion in cash from people not charged with a crime by Christopher Ingraham: The Drug Enforcement Administration takes billions of dollars in cash from people who are never charged with criminal … Continue reading

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D.Ariz.: State criminal case remedy doesn’t preclude injunctive relief against unlawful arrests

In an injunctive relief action against former Sheriff Arpaio over state enforcement of federal immigration laws, the court considers the factors for injunctive relief, and concludes that having state Fourth Amendment remedies doesn’t undo irreparable harm. Puente Arizona v. Arpaio, … Continue reading

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NACDL: New Report Offers Guide for Defense Attorneys to Challenge Secretive Government Hacking

NACDL: New Report Offers Guide for Defense Attorneys to Challenge Secretive Government Hacking: Washington, DC (Mar. 30, 2017) — A report released today sets out key legal arguments and strategies for challenging evidence seized by government-installed computer malware as a … Continue reading

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ATL: Liberal Silence Tramples The Fourth Amendment

ATL: Liberal Silence Tramples The Fourth Amendment by Kayleigh McEnany: This week liberals have displayed their willingness to play politics with our constitutional rights. It is wrong. It is unfortunate. And most of all, it is dangerous.

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