Daily Archives: June 12, 2018

E.D.N.Y.: QI not applied because it does protect those who knowingly violate constitutional rights

Law.com: “Deciding that qualified immunity has evolved to the point where it can protect police officers who intentionally flout constitutional rights, a federal judge in Brooklyn declined to grant it to four police officers who broke into a man’s house … Continue reading

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NACDL: Riling Up the Border Search Doctrine: Litigating Searches of Digital Content at Our Ports of Entry

NACDL, The Champion: Riling Up the Border Search Doctrine: Litigating Searches of Digital Content at Our Ports of Entry by Aisha J. Dennis, The Champion 40-46 (Mar. 2018)

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