Tag Archives: fourth circuit

Case Summaries–Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals (Oct. 2019)

Is the Exigent Circumstances Doctrine an Exception to the Warrant Requirement, or Something More?

Case Summaries–Fourth Circuit Decisions (Sept. 2019)

May an Officer Run a Motorist’s Criminal Record During a Traffic Stop?

Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules That an Officer Was Not Entitled to Summary Judgment in a Civil Lawsuit for an Arrest Allegedly Made Without Probable Cause

Fourth Circuit Sets Out Authority to Frisk When a State’s Law Permits Possession of Concealed Firearm

Fourth Circuit Affirms Doe v. Cooper

Vinson, Voisine, and Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence

Fourth Circuit Reverses Graham: No Warrant Required for Historical Cell Site Location Information

Fourth Circuit: North Carolina Assaults Don’t Count as “Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence” for Purposes of Firearm Prohibition