Daily Archives: November 4, 2017

HI: Moving to suppress seizure of pill bottle incident to arrest didn’t cover later search of the bottle; issue waived

Defendant’s challenge to removal of a pill bottle from his person did not preserve a challenge to search of the pill bottle at the police station. “In any event, we conclude that Sado’s argument on appeal is without merit. Officer … Continue reading

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E.D.Pa.: Def’s car could have been searched under auto. exception but police got a SW and took 8 days to search; not unreasonable under the circumstances

Defendant’s car was seized with probable cause for involvement in a series of bank robberies, and it could have been searched without a warrant under the automobile exception. The police got a search warrant instead and took eight days to … Continue reading

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Techdirt: Oversight Board Report On DC Police Cameras Contradicts Earlier Report’s Claims

Techdirt: Oversight Board Report On DC Police Cameras Contradicts Earlier Report’s Claims by Tim Cushing: Less than a month after a first report was delivered on Washington, DC police body camera use, a second one has arrived. And it seems … Continue reading

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D.Nev.: PC for automobile exception continues into impoundment

Probable cause for a vehicle search under the automobile exception continues into impoundment for later inventory even though the vehicle is immobilized by where it is. Also, permission from the owner gives the driver of a car standing. United States … Continue reading

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