SC: Failure to register offense didn’t justify electronic monitoring condition under Grady

Defendant was convicted of a sex offense in 1979. In 2011 he was convicted of a sex offender registration offense. An electronic monitoring condition was unreasonable and a violation of the Fourth Amendment on this record under Grady v. North Carolina because this is not a sex offense. State v. Ross, 2018 S.C. LEXIS 73 (June 13, 2018).

Defendant was on Georgia parole, and there was no reasonable suspicion for a parole search. He signed a search waiver that said he could be searched anytime. United States v. Spence, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99128 (N.D. Ga. April 20, 2018), adopted, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98571 (N.D. Ga. June 12, 2018).*

Handcuffing the only person present in an apartment when the police enter with a search warrant is not an arrest. The search led to probable cause to arrest him. People v. Henderson, 2018 NY Slip Op 04449, 2018 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 4363 (1st Dept. June 14, 2018).*

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