Daily Archives: May 30, 2018

Chicago Reader: Groups fight huge expansion of police drone monitoring of protests

Chicago Reader: Groups fight huge expansion of police drone monitoring of protests by Freddy Martinez: Civil liberties groups are pushing back against proposed legislation in Illinois that would allow police to dramatically expand the use of drones to monitor large … Continue reading

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Reason.com: Volokh Conspiracy: Collins v. Virginia and “the Conception Defining the Curtilage”

Reason.com: Volokh Conspiracy: Collins v. Virginia and “the Conception Defining the Curtilage” by Orin Kerr: A familiar idea “easily understood from our daily experience” — or is it?

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Lawfare: Summary: Circuit Split on Device Searches at the Border in US v. Touset

Lawfare: Summary: Circuit Split on Device Searches at the Border in US v. Touset by Grayson Clary:

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MN: SW for drugs in rectum to be retrieved by anoscopy was reasonable under Winston

Following the three factor test of Winston v. Lee, the search warrant for defendant’s rectum performed at a hospital by a doctor by anoscopy was reasonable. It was an affront to dignity, but it was a reasonable and safe procedure. … Continue reading

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DE: Undercover officer “friending” def on Facebook and seeing enough to get a SW doesn’t violate 4A

“When a person voluntarily accepts a ‘friend’ request on Facebook from an undercover police officer, and then exposes incriminating evidence, does the Fourth Amendment protect against this mistaken trust? We conclude that it does not.” Everett v. State, 2018 Del. … Continue reading

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