Daily Archives: August 28, 2018

Editorial: Police Videos Should Be Public Under OPRA

NJLJ: Editorial: Police Videos Should Be Public Under OPRA: In Paff v. Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, our Supreme Court has held in a 4-3 decision that police video recordings are exempt from disclosure under the Open Public Records Act. We … Continue reading

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NYLJ: Crime Fighting Cyber Surveillance Tools After ‘Carpenter’s’ Adjustment

NYLJ: Crime Fighting Cyber Surveillance Tools After ‘Carpenter’s’ Adjustment by Peter Crusco: In his Cyber Crime column, Peter Crusco discusses ‘Carpenter v. United States,’ describing the case as ‘probably the most important Fourth Amendment case involving new crime fighting cyber … Continue reading

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CA7: Pre-Carpenter CSLI was valid in good faith reliance on SCA (Davis not cited)

Defendant’s pre-Carpenter CSLI gathering was challenged under the theory that the SCA statute was unconstitutional. It was done in good faith reliance on the statute under Krull v. Illinois, and there would be no exclusion. (Davis good faith is not … Continue reading

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E.D.Va.: When the stop is based on RS of speeding, the unmarked car’s speedometer doesn’t have to be “calibrated”; when there are two bases for stop, attacking one isn’t good enough

Defendant argues that his stop wasn’t justified because the police officer paced him with the uncalibrated speedometer on his unmarked car. The question, though, is reasonable suspicion, and aside from speeding there was a window tinting violation. So, the stop … Continue reading

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