Tag Archives: Search and Seizure

Establishing Probable Cause in a Search Warrant to Link the Residence to Be Searched With the Evidence to Be Seized

Drug Users, Drug Sellers, and Probable Cause

What Constitutes Valid Consent When One Co-Occupant Consents and the Other Co-Occupant Does Not?

Probable Cause and Search Warrants for Cell Phones

Ordering Occupants Out of Their Vehicles — And into Officers’ Cruisers

Searches of Vehicles and Occupants Based on the Odor of Marijuana

Utah v. Strieff and the Attenuation Doctrine

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

North Carolina Court of Appeals Issues Ruling on a Strip Search by Law Enforcement Officers

State v. Perry, Cell Site Location Information, and the Exclusionary Rule