E.D.Wis.: USMJ declines adversary briefing by Google for a SW for email; take it to the USDJ

Google objected to a search warrant for two email accounts, whether located in the U.S. or not. Its motion for a briefing schedule is denied. Despite case law elsewhere, the District Judge is the one to take up adversarial litigation over the warrant. In re Two Email Accounts Stored at Google, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 34318 (E.D. Wis. March 9, 2017).

Defendant was seen standing in a parking lot with his back to other cars and his hands in front of him, apparently urinating in public. This was reasonable suspicion. “The officer‟s observations provided him with reasonable suspicion that Defendant was urinating in public and thus committing the offense of public indecency.” The officer could then stop defendant, and he was under the influence. State v. Fuqua, 2017 Tenn. Crim. App. LEXIS 181 (March 10, 2017).*

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