CA6: Removing records from a storage unit as police search your house was an obstruction of justice

Federal agents showed up at defendant’s house with a search warrant for records. They asked if he had other records elsewhere. He lied and said no. He left the house, went to a hardware store to buy boltcutters, and he broke into his storage unit where other records were kept. His conviction for obstruction of justice is affirmed. United States v. Tennebar, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 17623 (6th Cir. June 27, 2018).

Defendant doesn’t have standing to challenge his internet service provider’s giving up subscriber information by subpoena. Statute doesn’t provide any standing either. Maddox v. State, 2018 Ga. App. LEXIS 427 (June 27, 2018).*

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