Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

Being arrested is a terrifying event for almost everyone and especially so if you did not commit the alleged offense. Unfortunately, many individuals are arrested under suspicious circumstances but are nevertheless innocent. Either way, it is important to understand how … Continue reading

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According to statistics, there are almost 101 million iPhones in use in the United States alone. Approximately 58 million of those phones are the Apple’s latest models, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Another 40 million phones in use are … Continue reading

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According to an investigation conducted by the Associated Press (AP) earlier this year, the FBI is using unmanned drones, as well as other aircraft, to conduct video and cellphone surveillance. These surveillance operations are being conducted, in most cases, without … Continue reading

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The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a ruling regarding the right of the police to review a hotel’s guest list on demand, without first obtaining a warrant. According to SCOTUS, any ordinance that gives law enforcement that right is a … Continue reading

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The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that when a law enforcement officer who has a narcotics-sniffing dog pulls a motorist over for a traffic stop, the officer is not allowed to prolong the stop without reasonable suspicion. The Fourth Amendment … Continue reading

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