Daily Archives: April 19, 2017

WaPo: D.C. appeals court poised to rule on whether police need warrants for cellphone tracking

WaPo: D.C. appeals court poised to rule on whether police need warrants for cellphone tracking by Tom Jackman: Last year, a Maryland appeals court agreed and ruled that Baltimore police could not use evidence collected by a cell-site simulator in … Continue reading

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CO: Unconscious [and dead] drivers have consented to a blood draw

Unconscious drivers have consented to a blood draw by statute, and it’s constitutional. People v. Hyde, 2017 CO 24, 2017 Colo. LEXIS 282 (April 17, 2017); People v. Simpson, 2017 CO 25, 2017 Colo. LEXIS 283 (April 17, 2017); Fitzgerald … Continue reading

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