Blog Archives

Obtaining and Admitting Evidence from a Vehicle’s Black Box

State v. Terrell and the Private Search Doctrine

Probable Cause, Pretext and the Proliferation of Crimes

Probable Cause and the Party at Peaches’ House

Court of Appeals Reconsiders State v. Reed and Again Finds a Fourth Amendment Violation

Theft, Possession, and Hendricksen

Swatting:  An Ill-Defined Crime with Potentially Deadly Consequences

A Look Around the Country at the Admissibility of Evidence in Drugged Driving Cases

What We Know (And What We Don’t) About Drug-Impaired Driving

State v. Brice: Pleading Rules for Habitual Offenses Are Not Jurisdictional