MI: Flint water crisis case states claim for due process violation of bodily integrity

The suit over the City of Flint water crisis stated a claim, inter alia, for a due process violation of bodily integrity. Mays v. Snyder, 2020 Mich. LEXIS 1351 (July 29, 2020) (plurality).

The A.F. Ct. Crim. App. erred in not applying the good faith exception to the allegations of falsity in the search warrant application for defendant’s electronic devices. The falsity wasn’t even reckless, and there was a basis for search. United States v. Blackburn, 2020 CAAF LEXIS 405 (C.A.A.F. July 24, 2020).*

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