D.Idaho: Consent irrelevant to a parole search

Defendant was reasonably subjected to a parole search, and withdrawal of his consent was irrelevant. United States v. Perales, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99191 (D. Idaho June 11, 2018).

The officer had reasonable suspicion to detain defendant for being a minor in possession and public intoxication because of inability to walk. City of Missoula v. Kroschel, 2018 MT 142 (June 12, 2018).*

In an unnecessarily long opinion, leaving one’s computer open on a peer to peer network is a waiver of one’s expectation of privacy in the computer. United States v. Hoeffener, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99149 (E.D. Mo. May 9, 2018).*

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