Tag Archives: fourth amendment

Myers McNeill and What Happens When Reasonable Suspicion Dissipates

Search Warrants for Very Minor Offenses

Security Searches at Courthouses

Does a Search Warrant for a Person Authorize a Strip Search?

Search Warrants Authorizing Law Enforcement Computer Hacking and Malware

Supreme Court Rules that Obtaining Cell Site Location Information Is a Search

What Everyone Needs to Know about Knock and Talks

Even When the Controlled Buys Happen at the Back Door, Knock and Talks Must Happen at the Front Door

Collins v. Virginia:  Supreme Court Directs Traffic at the Intersection of the Automobile Exception and Searches of the Home

State v. Turnage and Determining When a Defendant is Seized