Daily Archives: November 6, 2017

Chicago Sun-Times: After body cameras on Chicago cops, could gun cameras be next?

Chicago Sun-Times: After body cameras on Chicago cops, could gun cameras be next? by Mitch Dudek: All Chicago police officers on patrol will be wearing chest-mounted body cameras by the end of the year — but could gun-mounted cameras be next?

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Corporate Counsel: The Employee Privacy Risks of Company Chips

Corporate Counsel: The Employee Privacy Risks of Company Chips by Amanda Ciccatelli:

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Daily Business Review: The Right To Be Secure Against Unreasonable Search and Seizure of Overseas Electronic Data?

Daily Business Review: The Right To Be Secure Against Unreasonable Search and Seizure of Overseas Electronic Data? by ​Justin Guido A U.S. based company receives a warrant from the U.S. government issued under the Stored Communications Act. As part of … Continue reading

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GA: Reasonable mistake of law doesn’t mean “good working order” statute requires an interior mirror on a truck; nothing at all in statute on that

The reasonable mistake of law field encounters a new one: Does a truck have to have an inside rearview mirror when under the “good working order” statute? No, and concluding otherwise is not reasonable. The statute doesn’t even come close. … Continue reading

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OR: Def’s motion to suppress that he was subjected to an “unlawful warrantless arrest” sufficiently put the state on notice that it had to show PC

Defendant was walking four blocks from the area of a disturbance talking on a cell phone. When officers confronted him and commanded he stop, he “bladed up” and reached for a back pocket, making the officers fear he was armed. … Continue reading

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D.Mont.: No REP in a jail call

Defendant’s recorded jail call did not afford him an objectively reasonable expectation of privacy. His reliance on a Montana case on another issue not at all like this that did recognize a limited reasonable expectation of privacy under the Montana … Continue reading

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