Daily Archives: January 16, 2018

Anchorage Daily News: State admits recording jail conversations between defense lawyers and clients

Anchorage Daily News: State admits recording jail conversations between defense lawyers and clients by Lisa Demer: For four years, a tucked-away monitoring system in a certain visitation room at the Anchorage jail recorded conversations between attorneys and their clients – … Continue reading

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WaPo: Big Brother on wheels: Why your car company may know more about you than your spouse

WaPo: Big Brother on wheels: Why your car company may know more about you than your spouse by Peter Holley:

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N.D.Ill.: Exclusionary rule doesn’t apply in civil case

The FTC moved for a preliminary injunction and appointment of a receiver which was granted on an emergency basis. Defendants now claim a Fourth Amendment violation from seizure of records. The claim is waived by not raising it sooner. Even … Continue reading

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