The Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, figured out something the Second Circuit couldn't: no rubber band can stretch a mile. The Court held Bailey's seizure a mile away from an apartment where a search warrant was executed wasn't close enough.
Tuesday in prime time, the NDAA was actually mentioned - and invoked - in a television show. NCIS/LA is one of the most popular shows in prime time. Is it good that liberty activists can point to this invocation or bad in that the police state is c
The US Supreme Court ruled "the sniff is up to snuff" in a Florida case on how police may use dogs to track down illegal drugs. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court gave law enforcement authorities greater authority to use dogs to uncover illeg
Gresham police say officers don’t need a warrant to seize the phone when they feel the evidence on it is in jeopardy of being erased, but they would need a warrant to actually look at the phone’s contents without the owner’s consent.
Instead of the traditional Republicon versus Demoliar debate which ensues for theatrics on cable news, I thought a more prudent analysis of the State of the Union after Obama’s first term is much more appropriate and realistic as to where our nation
the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures — does not apply along the border. By the way, the government contends the Fourth-Amendment-Free Zone stretches 100 miles inland from the nation's actual border."
The Dep't. of Homeland Security's civil rights watchdog concluded travelers along the nation's borders may have their electronics seized and the contents of those devices examined for any reason whatsoever in the name of national security.
William Bowden painted “Screwed by the Town of Cary” on his house after a road-widening project directed runoff onto his property, damaging his home. Within hours, zoning officials paid him a visit, ordering him to remove the sign
Now, after the 47-year-old Californian climbed 40 feet up a tree near the Capitol reflecting pool and tried to shout down President Obama’s inaugural address, a judge ordered him to stay away not only from Capitol building but from the District entir
A federal judge let the New York Police Department resume stop-and-frisk stops she believes are unconstitutional while she decides what permanent remedies are necessary to prevent illegal stops at thousands of privately owned buildings.
A Colorado judge ordered a Fox News reporter on Friday to testify in the case of accused theater gunman James Holmes and shed light on her anonymous sources for a story about a notebook connected to Holmes.
Arapahoe County District Judge William
“I am not ordering the abolition or even a reduction of [Clean Halls[, which appears to be a valuable way of using the NYPD’s resources to enhance the security in voluntarily enrolled private buildings,” she wrote.
A public school district in Texas can require students to wear locator chips when they are on school property, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday in a case raising technology-driven privacy concerns among liberal and conservative groups alike.
From the southern American border to the northern American border, the United States Border Patrol has been flexing its federal muscle in trying to crackdown on photographers near checkpoints.
But it is highly questionable as to whether it has the
It is so common for police to arrest citizens for flipping them off, usually under disorderly conduct charges, that a American University legal scholar published an extensive paper on the subject in 2008, going back decades in case law,
We are helping to promote a White House petition in favor of a Constitutional amendment that would put some nice, long, jaggedy teeth in the Bill of Rights. Believe it or not, it's even more Draconian the the clause I've been promoting for years.
More than 48,000 people have signed a petition that they posted on the White House website demanding that British CNN talk show host Piers Morgan be deported over comments he made on air about gun control.
In a complaint filed against assistant principal a fifth-grader alleges he was ordered to remove his socks, shoes, pants and shirt so the principal could conduct a manual search for a $20 bill that was inevitably found in the cafeteria.
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