Tag Archives: search warrant

May Teachers Search Students’ Cell Phones?

How’s a Magistrate to Know Whether a Confidential Informant Is Reliable?

North Carolina Supreme Court Upholds a Magistrate’s Finding of Probable Cause to Issue Search Warrant to Search Home for Drugs

Drug Users, Drug Sellers, and Probable Cause

North Carolina Court of Appeals Rules That Statutory Exclusionary Rule Does Not Bar Admission of Evidence Seized Pursuant to a Search Warrant Based on Allegedly Vague and Inaccurate Inventory of Seized Items

N.C. Court of Appeals Rules That Affidavit For Search Warrant to Search Residence Failed to Link Residence to Drug Activity That Had Occurred Elsewhere

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

The DWI Year in Review, Part I

Four hour delay to obtain search warrant an exigency, at least for now

U.S Supreme Court Declines to Extend Officer’s Detention Authority Incident to Execution of Search Warrant Beyond Immediate Vicinity of Premises