Daily Archives: June 30, 2017

CA7: Def was removed because he was arrested, not to avoid denial of consent; his girlfriend could consent to a search of the house but for his gun safes

Defendant’s girlfriend’s daughter left their house and reported to the police that defendant had been sexually assaulting her. Police came and ordered him out. Defendant was removed because he was arrested, not to obviate his consent. His girlfriend consented to … Continue reading

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Grits for Breakfast Blog: Pretext stops subvert public trust, undermine rule of law

Grits for Breakfast Blog: Pretext stops subvert public trust, undermine rule of law A law that everyone routinely violates because of its arbitrariness and impracticality becomes a path for the government to bypass 4th Amendment protections. Police can simply follow … Continue reading

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ABAJ: Federal prosecutor admits she listened to recordings of attorney-client conversations, filing says

ABAJ: Federal prosecutor admits she listened to recordings of attorney-client conversations, filing says by Debra Cassens Weiss:

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