MA: Removing paint chips off a car under the automobile exception was reasonable

There was probable cause that defendant’s car was involved in a shooting such that its stop and search was reasonable under the automobile exception. That included removing paint chips from it when it had been removed to the police station. Commonwealth v. Holness, 2018 Mass. App. LEXIS 66 (June 7, 2018).

Plaintiff had no reasonable expectation of privacy in a public computer terminal in a library that was shared by many people. Also, the library employees were private actors. Berry v. Yosemite Cmty. College Dist., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 95366 (E.D. Cal. June 6, 2018).*

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