D.P.R.: Secondary border inspection of def’s cell phone for evidence of dog fighting was reasonable

Defendant’s alleged fighting dogs and his cell phone were validly the subject of secondary border inspections in San Juan. United States v. Castro-Correa, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 90966 (D.P.R. June 12, 2017).*

Defendant didn’t have standing to challenge the search of the apartment of another where he wasn’t an overnight guest. In addition, the owner of the apartment consented. United States v. Macon, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 92740 (D.S.C. June 16, 2017).*

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